New multimillion-rand addition announced for Africa’s first green village

Blue Rock Village, Africa’s first green village,  which will be situated just outside of Cape Town, will now boast with a multimillion-rand addition in the form a lifestyle center and hotel and conference center.

Impression of Hotel

The announcement was made by Swisatec, architects and project managers of Blue Rock Village, who says that the new Santa Luzia Lifestyle centre and the 5-star Blue Rock Hotel and Conferencing centre will not only add more value to the village and create more anticipation for the project, but that these additions will also embrace the Blue Rock Village ethos of ‘LIVE-WORK-PLAY’  in this exclusive lifestyle setting.

Impression of The Dollar House Financial Hub

“The Santa Luzia Lifestyle Centre will be a multi - functional center boasting 14 000m² floor space, spread out over the 7 story building, which is 600 meters long, with a 10 000m² exhibition street designed for hosting conferences, exhibitions and interactive events such as local produce markets, product launches, and concerts or music festivals.

Impression of the Grand Entrance

Situated in the heart of the Helderberg area, Cape Town, “The Santa Luzia Lifestyle center will be a vibrant hub of Cape life where sophistication and chic collide with history and tradition. Its universal appeal makes it one of Cape Town’s foremost attractions for both locals and international visitors.

The center will be home to boutique shops, doctors center, clinics, professional office space, and restaurants” said Mr. Reichmuth director of Swisatec and owner of Blue Rock Village.

Impression of the a street in the Lifestyle Center

The various hubs located in the center include The Dollar House which is the financial hub of the Lifestyle center offering high-end office space to law firms, financial institutions such as banks, consultants, and other financial professionals. Staying true to the LIVE-WORK- PLAY Blue Rock Village ethos the Lifestyle center is expected to have a Wellness, Spa and Sports centre; the “beauty farm” will offer an array of therapeutic centres, gym facilities, sauna’s, health bars/ shops, steam rooms, roman baths, thermal pools, a medical spa, dance and yoga studios, spinning, Pilates classes and more.

Linked to the Santa Luzia Lifestyle center is the multimillion-rand 5-star Blue Rock Hotel and Conference center. The Blue Rock Hotel will provide world class facilities in a calm and relaxed environment. 

The hotel and conferencing centre is envisioned to have -+150 luxury rooms, 30 condominiums, a conference capacity for over 500 delegates, high-end restaurants, a bar and lounge areas, one situated near a pool deck and one on the ground floor overlooking the famous crystal clear Blue Rock Lake, the biggest outdoor pool in South Africa. 

The conferencing center is expected to host similar events as the Cape Town CTICC, and Sandton Convention Centre. The hotel will cater to both business and leisure travelers, being in close proximity to Cape Town International Airport and is a mere 30 minutes away from Cape Town CBD. The village is directly accessible from the N2.

What makes Blue Rock Village more special is the ideal location, the village is surrounded by award winning wine farms, sandy beaches of Gordons Bay, Strand, and False Bay with more than 20 famous golf ranges in close proximity to the village.

Construction of the Santa Luzia Lifestyle center is envisioned to begin in 2017 with phase one; Giovanni Luxury Terrace Apartments to be officially on sale at the end of July 2016.

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