Leases valued at over R31m through Pam Golding Commercial

Selwyn Sharon, leasing, sales and investment consultant for Pam Golding Commercial, who to date has concluded lease transactions to a total capital value of over R31 million in The Hudson, a trendy commercial building in the heart of fashionable De Waterkant area of Cape Town, has just negotiated the lease of an unusual and perhaps quirky, upmarket retail outlet in the new extension of the building.

The 50sqm space has been taken up by Nicki Minchin of 'Brompton Cross', a new, fun, design-led home ware and gift shop which is located in the upmarket retail section which surrounds an attractive courtyard. Taking its inspiration from London, this new outlet carries a colourful range of beautifully designed, contemporary items for the home from international design houses such as Iittala and Stelton. It presents an often unexpected mix of the best global design combined with wit as illustrated via the Cowshed range of bath and body products with intriguing names such as Dirty Cow hand wash, Moody Cow revitalising bath oil and Bullocks shaving cream.

Comments Sharon: "Located just below the historic Bo Kaap area and within easy walking distance of the V&A Waterfront, The Hudson is very well positioned in an area renowned for its vibrant café society and upmarket niche retail outlets - with the accent on a décor/house ware theme for retail destination shopping.

"All offices and retail space are fully let. This is a prestigious building tenanted by CNBC Africa and other high calibre tenants such as Credit Suisse, Pentronex, Masefields, Avior Research, Tantalum Capital and Orpheo. Origin coffee shop in the new courtyard is now fully operational and a new décor/furniture business and kitchen manufacturer is moving in soon," he adds.

Issued by Gaye de Villiers

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