This comes after the City approved the development of 100 Buitengracht Street, which is set to provide residential apartments and exclusive shops.
“It’s a 60m building and we feel that it will change the entire look and feel of the area,” spokesperson of the association, Jackie Toking, said.
The building in the pipeline is set to be 60m high, 18 storeys, 249 apartments and three basement levels of parking. The building is to cost R1 billion.
In a 53-page objection the association filed, it detailed what effects the 60m building will have in the future.