Scenic low-rise apartment development maximises easy living
A NEW apartment development just off the fan walk in Green Point and a stone’s throw from the V&A Waterfront, De Waterkant and the city’s urban green lung, the Green Point Park, has recently been launched.
The latest project by John Rabie, The Chelsea, will have 38 new units priced from R1.45 million in a mix of one-, t wo- and t hree- bedroomed apartments and penthouses.
This latest development by Rabie’s Signatura was created through a joint venture partnership with Gain property consultants and the developers. Ari Efstathiou, chief executive of Gain, was also the developer of the Rockwell All Suite Hotel and Apartments in De Waterkant.
The Chelsea c o mbines inner-city convenience with a laidback, easy-going vibe, echoing the trend in urban living in New York, Sydney and the boroughs of London, says Rabie.
“We all know how expensive it is to buy into the residential areas at the V&A Waterfront and De Waterkant, which is why we wanted to offer welldesigned modern apartments close by that provide convenient city living at a far more accessible investment level.
“The Chelsea is a low-rise apartment block customised to maximise easy living and take advantage of the mountain views, with secure undercover parking included for all units.
Efstathiou says the developers’ vision was to create a development that echoed the urban living trend in the world’s top lifestyle cities.
Designed by Arthur Qui n t o n Dar r y l C r o o me Architects, the project offers environmentally beneficial features, secure access as well as low-maintenance facades.
The Chelsea is Signatura’s ninth development in a year and its second in Green Point in recent months. The Richmond, which is also in Green Point, was sold out shortly after being launched earlier this year.
Call Anton McElhone on 083 506 7829 or Enver Deedat on 082 263 3337, or e-mail anton@ s i g n a t u r a . b i z o r e nve r @ signatura.biz.