Biz-Community (Cape Town)

8 June 2012

South Africa: Atterbury Hosts Contemporary Broker Function From the Spectacular 25th Floor of Atterbury House

Atterbury was pleased to welcome Cape Town property brokers to its broker function on the 25th floor of the Atterbury House building in the Cape Town CBD.

Professor Francois Viruly, one of South Africa's leading property economists, was the guest speaker for the evening, while Nicolle Weir, director of assets at Atterbury, presented the brokers with opportunities of positive prospects.

The presentation concept was clean and fuss free, achieved by a double projection directly onto the wall.

The consensus of the evening's discussion was that one needs to reassess one's perception of the South African property market. People should start looking into less conventional spaces as opportunities for property development such as industrial areas close to main transport nodes.

ECHO Events transformed the blank canvas into a contemporary space, offset with industrial references and accents of grey and white. Dish Catering conceptualised a great menu, which included cranberry and peanut brittle salads and courgette drop scones topped with hot smoked salmon.

The 25th floor of Atterbury House has spectacular 360 degree views of the Mother City. From Table Mountain, to the Greenpoint Stadium, a truly serene space. Atterbury House is the third highest building in Cape Town. The space is currently available to let.

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