In this high risk article we try provide guidance on those industry advances expected in Africa in 2020. (We also “mark our homework” on our bets for 2019). We hope that you, as reader, gain strategic advantage in our attempts at commercial real estate industry “crystal balling”!
“Data is the oil that the commercial real estate industry runs on”
Bryanston – a sprawling office node – is 5.2 kms end to end, and covers 192 hectares of land used for office. Following roughly the Wiliam Nicol road arterial, it is bounded by the artificial barrier of the N1 in the north, and contained by St Stithians School in the south. Home to established businesses such as Dimension Data, Microsoft, Nestle, Samsung and Tiger Brands, through to up-and-coming tech businesses like Rain and creative agencies such as Workbench**, Bryanston is a low-traffic option between Fourways and Sandton, servicing well-heeled residential suburbs.
Out of interest, Bryanston’s five largest owners by GLA (comprising 50.2% of total) are: