R800m Industrial Park Between Midrand And Centurion
Atterbury has started construction on Old Mint Park, a prime industrial development which neighbours the South African Mint landmark, fronting the N1 highway, and being centrally situated between Centurion and Midrand. The development forms a joint venture between Old Mutual Properties and Atterbury, which will see a cutting edge 65 000sqm industrial park.
The first unit under construction is a business unit development, which provides premises ranging from between 500sqm to 2, 500sqm, in a single 10, 000sqm building. Concurrently being constructed with this building, is a second building of 4, 500squm of office and warehouse space.
“Earthworks for this development commenced in December 2017. The business units are expected to be complete and available for occupation by the end of this year,” says Atterbury development manager, Derrick Pautz.
“Old Mint Park has been well received by the market. Fortuna Food has already signed the first lease at the business park for a 2 000sqm unit. They will begin trading from their new facility from October 2018.”
The Alluring Location Of Old Mint Park
According to Pautz, one of the development’s biggest draw cards remains its current location. It is well-positioned and central between Pretoria and Johannesburg, where Centurion meets Midrand. It also enjoys excellent frontage on the busiest stretch of highway in the entire Southern African region.
It’s also conveniently located between the N1 Brakfontein interchange, the Pretoria Main and Old Johannesburg roads, and the Samrand on and off ramps. Its great location alone is worth the investment already. The site of Old Mint Park enjoys convenient access from Old Johannesburg Road (K101). What’s more, the upgrade of the K101 into a four-lane dual carriageway is due to start later in 2017. It’s from this wider arterial that Old Mint Park will have its own dedicated access road.
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