“Due to the high demand following the launch of phase 1, we aim to break ground for phase 2 in 2020,” said Grant Silverman, Marketing and Leasing Director, Abland.
Due to the size of the project, Abland MD Jurgens Prinsloo pointed out that they have undertook extensive traffic impact assessments to get an idea of the traffic impact once the project is complete.
As part of the infrastructural advancements there will be an introduction of additional lanes to ensure seamless access to the precinct and decrease potential congestion around the area. Moreover, a new intersection on William Nicol between Mattie and Sandton drive is currently under way.
“Ultimately, there are seven substantial upgrades that we are doing ranging from the Peter Place intersection, Republic intersection, Mattie intersection, Sandton drive and William Nicol,” added MD Jurgens.