Johannesburg South offers several advantages. City Deep is the largest inland port on the continent, it’s close to the N1, N3 and M2, and it’s got an extensive rail network nearby. Pricing is also competitive, and this area is the gateway for freight coming in from Durban.
Here are our featured industrial properties in Johannesburg South and Midvaal:
This is a large industrial development in City Deep with existing warehouses and development land available. City Deep is a prime industrial node south east of the Johannesburg CBD. The property has various access points via Houer, Merino, and Leer Roads and has a variety of property solutions to meet specific tenant requirements.
The site also offers occupants easy access to the N3, N17 and M2 highways.
This park in Elandsfontein has developable bulk available for tailored warehousing / factory solutions. The site comprises a pocket of land which is 41 hectares in extent, situated between the Geldenhuis Interchange (N3 & M2) to the West.
There is a large railway servitude to the north, another railway servitude to the south and Refinery Road to the east.
The last remaining pocket of developable bulk offers occupants a tenant driven 12,000m2 warehouse facility.
This new development in Wadeville, one of Gauteng’s oldest and most established industrial locations. Wadeville is know as a manufacturing node where power and access to rail and road are in abundance. The site will be developed for tailor-made turnkey industrial solutions with ownership and leasehold options available for this excellently positioned ready-to-develop land. Wadeville offers a prime industrial location, good access and an abundance electricity supply.
The site is a quality offering in a heavy industrial node where competitive pricing will meet specific client requirements.
The park is located on the R59 freeway south of Johannesburg in an established node now set for further growth. The Park will unlock growth on the R59 corridor, a pivotal spine between Johannesburg, Ekhurhuleni, Meyerton and the Vaal Triangle. It is strategically positioned on the R59 and R550 interchange with a railway line adjacent to the development, running parallel to the R59 from Germiston through Meyerton to Vereeniging.
The park has easy access to the N3 highway to Kwazulu Natal, and specfically Durban harbour.
The park lies South West of the Johannesburg CBD and is easily accessible to the N1 Bypass via Rand Show Road or the M1 highway via Nasrec Road. Aeroton is also close to various modes of public transport.
The developer is expecting to bring at lease 10 hectares of Industrial 1 zoned land to market in the second quarter of 2015.