Facts and fig­ures about a city within a city

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

JOHN Chap­man, a di­rec­tor of Ra­bie Prop­erty Group, says Cen­tury City is home to myr­iad fa­cil­i­ties and ameni­ties which in­clude:

Pri­vate schools, crèches and churches.

A gym, health and beauty spas. A day hos­pi­tal, doc­tors and other med­i­cal prac­ti­tion­ers. Five ho­tels. Pub­lic parks and many restau­rants.

A con­fer­ence cen­tre that ac­com­mo­dates 1 900 del­e­gates.

A 16 hectare wet­lands na­ture re­serve, In­taka Is­land and 8km of nav­i­ga­ble canals.

Sports clubs of­fer­ing run­ning, ca­noe­ing, stand-up pad­dling, as well as and cor­po­rate five-a-side soc­cer and rugby leagues.

A nat­u­ral goods mar­ket, art ex­hi­bi­tions, night mar­kets, out­door movies, a sports fes­ti­val and full­moon hikes around In­taka Is­land.

There are about 4 000 res­i­den­tial homes – from onebed­room apart­ments to fourbed­room apart­ments, town­houses and a lim­ited num­ber of free­stand­ing homes.

The en­try level price for one-bed­room apart­ments is about R1.8 mil­lion. The high­est price was R14m for a four-bed­room pent­house. Most prop­er­ties are sec­tional ti­tle apart­ments that sell for un­der R3.5m.

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