New Simon’s Town development
CONSTRUCTION of a new 14 800m ² mixed- use development is scheduled to start in January.
“Harbour Bay in Glenmarine will consist of 44 residential units varying from twoand three-bedroom apartments to penthouses,” says Gary Grobbelaar, chief executive for Seeff False Bay, the agency marketing the development.
“The two- bedroom units vary in size from 94m² to 124m² and the three-bedroom units from 141m² to146m².
Prices range from R2.695 million for two-bedroom units to about R4 million for threebedroom units.
All of the 190m² three-bedroom penthouses with two-anda-half bathrooms have already been sold off-plan. Each unit has two parking bays,” says Grobbelaar.
“Two colour schemes are available – the Canvas option is inspired by the sails of ships and Hull offers darker, maritime-inspired finishes.”
Grobbelaar says project completion and handover are predicted for March 2018.
In addition to the apartments, Harbour Bay will also have a retail component with 35 shops ranging from restaurants to convenience stores like Woolworths, Pick n Pay and Clicks.
Harbour Bay is being developed by Latitude Properties, which was established in 2008 by architect Herman Pretorius, and was responsible for The Galleria shopping centre in Durban.
An artist’s impressions of Harbour Bay, a new development to be built in Simon’s Town. The project is expected to be completed in March 2018.