MALL – AUTO SHOWROOMS – OFFICE SPACE – RESIDENTIAL

ABOUT & DE ZWARLTAND

& MALMESBURY

Situated in the heart of the Swartland, lies the town of Malmesbury. It is a town of approximately 36,000 inhabitants in the Western Cape province of South Africa, about 65 km north of Cape Town. The town is the largest in the Swartland (‘black land’) which took its name from the Renosterbos (‘rhino bush’), an indigenous plant that turns black in the warm, dry summers. The area is especially known for its grain and wine cultivation as well as sheep and poultry farming.

Senior Retail Leasing Manager

Bruce Krog
bkrog@eris.co.za
082 850 6896

Retail Leasing Consultant

Susan van Eeden
svaneeden@eris.co.za
082 646 6514

In the heart of the Swartland

Malmesbury, Western Cape

Opening Date

October 2022

Region & The Development

Mall, Showrooms, Offices, Residential & A Private Hospital by Samaritan Healthcare

A COMPREHENSIVE HUB OF

Commercial & Retail Facilities
open from October 2022

The buildings are designed in a fine grain of smaller units spread across the site to create a farm yard and community village ambiance. The building architecture would be integrated with a network of continuous pedestrian links, fragmented parking areas with trees for shade and the landscape access roads for direction & organisation. his style of architrecture would be a contemporary interpretation of the scale and fabric, fitting for this town steeped in history, yet progressing with time. The main parking area would be in the shape of a central courtyard, “De Zwartland Werf”.

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Samaritan Healthcare Hospital
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Shopping Center
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Motor Showroom
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Office block
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Hospitality/Wellness/Fitness
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Future Development

About Malmesbury

Situated in the heart of the Swartland, lies the town of Malmesbury. It is a town of approximately 36,000 inhabitants in the Western Cape province of South Africa, about 65 km north of Cape Town. The town is the largest in the Swartland (‘black land’) which took its name from the Renosterbos (‘rhino bush’), an indigenous plant that turns black in the warm, dry summers. The area is especially known for its grain and wine cultivation as well as sheep and poultry farming. Large areas of agricultural land characterise the Swartland municipal area, and it has the second biggest economy in the district, contributing R6.9 billion to the WCD economy. Over the last five years, the Swartland area experienced an average annual growth rate of 2.9 %, which is in line with economic growth in the district and slightly higher than the provincial growth rate.

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The Architecture.

The buildings are designed in a fine grain of smaller units spread across the site to create a farm yard and community village ambiance. The building architecture would be integrated with a network of continuous pedestrian links, fragmented parking areas with trees for shade and the landscape access roads for direction & organisation. This style of architrecture would be a contemporary interpretation of the scale and fabric, fitting for this town steeped in history, yet progressing with time. Subtle use of natural materials & elements will lend to a contemporary Cape Vernacular barn style. A restaurant courtyard, in the format of a mini village square, at the southern end of the retail centre will create a sence of place to gather and be seen. The main parking area would be in the shape of a central courtyard, “De Zwartland Werf”.

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REGIONAL CULTURE

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Information about the are and pics of the town and regional information.

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The high property values in the Cape Town Metropole and the attraction of a local tranquil atmosphere are moving people to settle here and commute to Cape Town on a daily basis. Malmesbury is home to a number of large companies, as well as regional offices of provincial and national government departments.