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Final phase of exclusive Rynfield Business Park offers luxurious office suites in parklike surrounds

It’s not every day businesses seeking to acquire their own office accommodation in attractive, tranquil surrounds have the opportunity to invest in an exclusive and existing, very low density business park which overlooks extensive manicured gardens and treed surrounds, and is situated adjacent to an upmarket golf and country estate in a convenient location.

Property developer, Johnny Els, has recognised this need and has launched a final phase in the well established Rynfield Business Park, a stylish and secure office park which adjoins Ebotse Golf and Lifestyle Estate in the upmarket area of Rynfield in Benoni.

Comments Louis Gerber, broker for JHI Properties: “Established in 1979 on 13 759 square metres, the exclusive Rynfield Business Park already comprises three blocks fully tenanted by blue chip corporates Liberty Life and Momentum, as well as the developer’s own business, JW Els Corporate and Individual Brokers. With services already installed, the park also includes its own conference facilities for business park members to hire for special functions as well as state of the art security systems linked to armed response, a guardhouse with access booms, automated flood lights and electrified fencing, as well as on site security guards.

“The park-like setting with beautiful gardens, water features and abundant bird life offers a unique and peaceful environment, and already three out of the total of eight office suites have been sold off-plan.  Ranging in size from 174 to 233 square metres, with garden access to ground floor suites and a balcony included with each of the first floor suites – prices of the office suites range from R2.286 million to R3.728 million. Each suite includes its own cloakroom and kitchen facilities and will also have access to a fully furnished boardroom and reception area. The boardroom will also include its own kitchen facilities and cloakrooms which allow for wheelchair access. Ample parking will be available for both the existing tenants and new office suites. The balconies provide scenic views over the adjacent lifestyle estate,” says Gerber.

Conveniently situated just 30 minutes from Johannesburg, Sandton, Pretoria and only 15 minutes from OR Tambo International Airport, Rynfield Business Park has convenient access to key transport routes with the R24 on/off-ramp in easy reach.

Adds Gerber: “Interest in this development is high and we are currently in negotiation with several interested purchasers representing professionals in the legal and financial field as well as those in the client service sector, insurance and marketing. Making this stylish development even more attractive is its easy access to a variety of appealing residential areas, shopping centres, Benoni Country Club, numerous good schools - both private and government, and tertiary education facilities. There is a growing trend among successful business executives and entrepreneurs to live and work not only in close proximity but in highly appealing, scenic surrounds in upmarket locations.”

He says apart from owner-occupiers, Rynfield Business Park has appeal for investors, for all the reasons above. “Even with the addition of the eight new office suites, to be located in one double-volume building, this development retains an extremely high ratio of open space and landscaped grounds with buildings only occupying 16 percent of the total area of the park. Construction of the suites will commence once 50 percent of the units have been sold.


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