Tyson Properties takes trendy Docklands apartments to market for FWKJ Developments. The R380 million upmarket block located in the trendy cosmopolitan De Waterkant neighbourhood in Cape Town has already attracted a great deal of interest Cape Town.
Although there are a number of projects in Cape Town’s CBD and Foreshore under construction, the highly desired address in Prestwich Street will be marketed by Jayson Sprawson of Tyson Properties Cape Town.
The apartment block includes one and two bedroomed apartments as well as two 144m² penthouses.
Designed by FWJK Developments’ architectural division, it sports an edgy architectural style and comes with luxury interiors. Sprawson adds, “In short, The Docklands fills a long-standing gap in the Cape Town real estate market for stylish, contemporary accommodation.”
According to Dave Williams-Jones, CEO of FWJK Developments, The Docklands offers residents the must-haves for modern daily living including high speed, fibre optic internet, secure undercover parking and 24/7 manned security with access control and a white glove concierge.
FWJK’s projects under construction in Cape Town totals R1,8 billion. Williams-Jones says, “We are selling a lifestyle that is on par with some of the most fashionable in the world.”
The Docklands comes with a magnificent roof top pool deck and entertainment area with stunning views of South Africa’s most beautiful city, the mountains and the sea. The Vida E café on the ground floor not only serves superb coffee but adds to the urban chic vibe.
Sprawson says De Waterkant is the mother city’s IT playground and home to a host of creative and communications companies, has its own unique energy and pulse. The city’s top restaurants and eateries are virtually on the doorstep and both the nightlife and sporting events in Cape Town that can help stressed city slickers to kick back and chill are also close by.
A retail experience second to none is just a stroll away with some of the country’s best shopping at the V&A Waterfront, iconic Foundry and historic Cape Quarter which offers an upmarket and sophisticated take on the precinct’s unique history.
Sprawson says an apartment at The Docklands is an excellent investment for both those wishing to live alongside the city beat and those looking for the ideal lock-up-and-go residence. -“The area is equally attractive to foreign buyers and local people buying to live the trendy and upmarket lifestyle of De Waterkant. Semi-grating South Africans as well as straight forward investors also want in as the demand creates excellent capital growth and a good rental return. The Docklands is also positioned perfectly for Airbnb as so many travellers love the area,” he says.
Apartments are priced from R2,85 million for a one bedroomed apartment to R9,4 million for a penthouse apartment. The development is scheduled for completion in August 2018.