Set to be the most prestigious and breathtaking lifestyle development on the pristine KwaZulu- Natal coastline. This unparalleled development is signatured by two magnificent residence towers, consisting of 460 elegantly designed apartments and penthouses, all boasting panoramic sea views, creating a living experience beyond compare. The awe-inspiring iconic development is complemented by a world-class shopping mall with over 100 stores, featuring international super brands, such as the likes of Burberry, Versace, Armani and Paul Smith. It rates as one of the top three high-end malls in the country. This unique confluence of lifestyle and leisure is further enhanced by a luxurious internationally branded hotel, which ensures a vibrant and enriching way of life. The extravagant residential towers are designed so that every apartment enjoys a stunning sea view, which enhances its appeal and long-term value immeasurably.
Since the upscaling by relocation of Durban’s business hub and the development of Gateway Theatre of Shopping centre, Umhlanga is now the epicentre of business interests in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Now home to the head offices of large Blue Chip Corporate Companies such as Unilever, Derivco and Tongaat Hulett and smaller offices housing upmarket SME business entrepreneurs, the area has made provision for an influx of upper income bracket executives. The opening of King Shaka International airport in 2010, brought with it, ease of access to some of the most prime property space and corporate convenience in the country. The airport now facilitates more than 7.5 million passengers, and recently signed UAE airlines. KZN is set to be a leading tourism and investment destination in South Africa due to population movement, infrastructure, reduced crime and the prospect of the Common Wealth Games in 2022.
The area north of Durban, through Umhlanga and up past Ballito on the Dolphin Coast has been identified as the fastest growing development area in the country. Inland, and up the coast, the region boasts a plethora of exclusive lifestyle estates and residents already familiar with the spoils of the region.
It comes at no surprise then that Umhlanga is now home to ‘The Oceans’, a R 3.1 billion rand mixed use development, designed to unparalleled exclusivity. The project is the largest private sector investment in development history in KwaZulu-Natal and is the brainchild of entrepreneurs Vivian Reddy and Rob Alexander of Edison and Decutas Property Groups.
Due to the development of the area, investors are set to make a killing and are urged to take advantage of the current registration and official launch in March 2016.
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The “Dubai-style” development is also a first in terms of design in South Africa and incorporates:
Two magnificent residential towers consisting of 460 elegantly designed apartments, all with sea views
A world class 33 000sqm shopping mall that brings international super-brands such as Versace, Burberry, Armani, Boss Orange and Paul Smith to Durban for the first time and
A luxurious 200-room 5-Star hotel – to be managed by one of the top leisure brands in world.
The 90 000sqm project spans 250m, from end to end and overlooks the glorious Indian Ocean.
Apartment’s retail from R1, 6-million up to R60-million – for the discerning investor, the latter of which is 700sqm equipped with a helipad and infinity pool on the 28th storey.
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