Scenic low-rise apart­ment de­vel­op­ment max­imises easy liv­ing

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

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 @ sig­

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