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20th Aug 2022

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New Atlantic Seaboard Micro-Living Development

NEW ATLANTIC SEABOARD MICRO-LIVING DEVELOPMENT IS COMPLETE – AND IS SET TO REDEFINE COMPACT LIVING IN SA

 

Construction of a unique new micro-living development on Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard is complete and the finished building is unlike anything else on the market in South Africa.  This exciting boutique development – The Ivory – encapsulates the future of modern-day luxury micro-living.

Gone are the days of cramped flats filled with impractical furniture.  Now we see expertly designed smaller homes with cutting-edge architectural design and style – places people clamor to live in and properties that offer a great investment opportunity.

Located on the corner of Kloof Road and King Road in Sea Point, Cape Town, the five-storey The Ivory consists of 31 ultra-premium micro-living apartments ranging in size from 25 square metres up to 32 square metres – most of which feature balconies or terraces.

Marketed by Dogon Group Properties the luxury apartments within the five-storey The Ivory range in price from R1 450 million for a 25 square metre unit, up to R2 575 million for a 32 square metre unit with a balcony.

“This luxury micro-living building sets a benchmark for future developments,” says Alexa Horne, MD of Dogon Group Properties, who advises that The Ivory has received a great response from buyers as the micro-living trend gains traction in South Africa. Horne adds that a major draw card of micro-living apartments such as those at The Ivory is that they are attractively priced, allowing young people to get their foot on the property ladder as early as possible.

“We are very excited to be involved in this project conceptualised by Berman Brothers,” says Paul Upton, Head of Developments for Dogon Group.

The Berman Brothers’ most recent signature development to launch is Station House, a luxury mixed-used development currently under construction which is located at 19 Kloof Road in the heart of Sea Point. Station House, when completed, will feature 206 luxury apartments, ranging from studios to one-beds, two-beds and micro units – with prices starting at only R1.595m VAT inclusive.

The development will also feature 15 additional facilities – a boutique hotel, a signature Pick n Pay supermarket, a street-front deli bar and restaurant, a private-residents lounge, private rooftop residents pool, a dedicated pet park, an outdoor kinetic gym, yoga studio, a business centre (and additional meeting pods on all floors), as well as an open-to-the-public sky bar, swimming pool and restaurant.

“Construction of Station House, which is one of the most anticipated and long-awaited developments in the Sea Point area, is well underway and we have an on- site show apartment completed which is ready to receive viewers,” advises Dogon agent and area specialist Lesley Rensburg.


For more information on these 2 exciting developments on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town contact Dogon Group on 021 433 2580 or email theivory@dogongroup.com & stationhouse@dogongroup.com.

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