Kirstenbosch at  Conradie Park is virtually a self-contained town with an emphasis on community and connection.
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Kirstenbosch at Conradie Park is virtually a self-contained town with an emphasis on community and connection. Pic: Supplied

Conradie Park offers trendy mixed-use apartment living in Cape Town's southern suburbs

By Partnered Content Time of article published Mar 5, 2020

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Trendy apartments -- ranging from studios through to duplexes -- are now for sale in a mixed-use development near Cape Town’s CBD which features schools, retailers, office blocks and a business hotel.

Conradie Park is virtually a self-contained town with an emphasis on community and connection. The development includes sports and recreational facilities, an urban gym and extensive green spaces.

Foot and cycling paths are part of a non-motorised transport plan to promote “active streets” where families can walk safely and play freely. The pet-friendly campus includes two schools and three creches. 

Studio apartments start from R950 000, including transfer costs, while one and two bedroomed units and duplexes are also among 99 properties for sale in the first phase of construction of a block called Kirstenbosch, named after the iconic Cape Town site due to its emphasis on green spaces.

Green technology has been applied to energy, water and waste management, while integrated solar heating is also part of a sustainability focus.
Basement parking, fibre-ready internet, an integrated camera network and 24-hour security are among Kirstenbosch’s attractions. 

Other features include trendy finishes, vinyl flooring, oven hobs and extractors, engineered stone kitchen counter tops, track lighting, aluminium windows and internal elevators.

The revolutionary 22ha community comprises over 3 500 homes. Construction starts in May this year and occupation is set for mid-2021.

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“This is a connected, multi-cultural community, marked by affordability, sustainability and security,” says founder of Realtor of ExcellenceToni Enderli
Conradie’s head of sales, Wayne Lawson, said 25% of the first phase had already been snapped up. 

The project is a partnership between developers, Concor, and the Western Cape Government which describes it as one of seven provincial “game changers”, providing affordable housing close to jobs.

View the site at the old Conradie Hospital on Saturdays between 10am and 12 noon and Sundays between 2pm and 4pm, or visit www.conradiepark.co.za, e-mail [email protected] or call Tamzin: 082-678-4886, Jason: 079-625-5057, or Ruan: 071-250-0388 for sales enquiries

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