Decentralised business nodes popularised by parking and views

News > news - 20 Jun 2008
All over the country businesses are moving away from traditional city centre offices and setting up
shop in decentralised commercial nodes that have ample parking space as well as sufficient common
areas for relaxation.

Technopark near Stellenbosch, for example, struggled to arouse interest when it was first being
developed, but is now a bustling commercial node. Easily accessible form both Stellenbosch and
Somerset West by the R44 it is also close enough to the N2 to put Cape Town International Airport
and CBD within easy reach.

An advantage of the newly developed decentralised business nodes is that buildings include features
that today?s businesses cannot do without. Octo Place C in Technopark, for example, not only has
generators installed, but also boasts an advanced technological infrastructure and ample parking,
something which is becoming more and more of a problem in traditional business areas.

The Octo Place development consists of four buildings surrounding a fifth common building. This
building includes a coffee shop, salon, Postnet, Autobank and a roof garden, offering Octo Place
tenants a place of relaxation on their doorstep. Add to this its convenient location next to
Stellenbosch Golf Course, the vineyards on its borders and the beautiful mountain views and it is not
difficult to see why this area has become so sought after.

Octo Place C has ground floor as well as loft offices to let from R90/m² to R120/m². The offices range
in size from 133m² to 650m² and are available for immediate occupation.

For more information contact Donald Brown on 082 453 3306 or e-mail
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