Central luxury apartment, featuring underground parking, high security, and public transport (Vaya Rea) on the doorstep to both stadiums. for 1-4 persons.
The apartment: Located on the forth floor of a nine-story building and comprising 62 square meters, the apartment is accessed via lift to an inner courtyard terrace, which enter into large living & dining & kitchen area. These open plan, light-flooded areas have a view on the old Standard Chartered Bank. The apartment comprises of a kitchenette with electro-gas kombi stoves ; one bedroom with queen size bed; bathroom with shower; living room with 1.30 m futon as extra sleeping space.
This luxury apartment Is ideal for short- or long-term international guests seeking a private atmosphere and independent exploring of Johannesburg from a safe base, right in the bustling centre of Johannesburg in an exclusive and secure setting, with state-of-the-art biometric security system (access restricted to residents, CCTV throughout the building, intercom and 24-hour security guard presence).
The Neighbourhood: Central Johannesburg is in an exciting process of rejuvenation and reclamation. Led by the city of Johannesburg's huge and successful investment in the centre of town (CCTV on every corner, increased security presence etc), large areas are now completely safe for residents and tourists to stroll around without any threat of being molested. Numerous trendy cafes, eateries and restaurants, shops (Woolworth) as well as up market retail shops are within walking distance of the flat as well as the cultural precinct of Newtown (Market Thetare, Bass Line Jazz), which has established itself as the entertainment centre of cosmopolitan Johannesburg.
The building: On the corner of Commissioner Street and Harrison Street, situated on the adjacent block to the City Hall, and overlooking some of Johannesburg's most historic and beautiful buildings, is "The Bank". Built in the 1930's by one of old Johannesburg's foremost architects, Gordon Leith, it served for many years as the headquarters of Barclays Bank in South Africa. It is a building preserved under the National Heritage Act.
Transport: Directly outside the front entrance on Commissioner Street runs the primary spine of the new north/south "Rea Vaya" rapid transport system, with busses running every three minutes to the main Johannesburg Park Street, Gautrain Station. On the other side of the same block, on Market Street, runs the main spine of the east/west system. There is a taxi ranlk right outside the front door, and access to access to both the M1 and M2 motorways is very easy and rapid.
- Free parking
- Private Bathroom
- Separate Entry
Pay per use
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