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From what I understand, the extension of Van Der Bijl from Maxwell Drive to Woodmead Drive is also suppose to start around September, guess we will wait and see. Below is a 2014 Masterplan for reference purposes (sorry for the large img btw, was trying to reduce it but it just wasn't happening).

the K60 is approved by Province and is getting ready for tender and will go from VDB between eskom and St peters across R55, between Mia farm and country estate over an iconic bridge over the N1, over the K101, over the Jukskei and all the way to Allendale
 

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^^ Looks good!

I'll make a thread when I'm home tonight. Only launching for sales in November. Construction isn't likely till end 2019 or 2020 right?
 

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no sales open to friends and family now , public live from tomorrow launch event 1 Nov, start Q1 2019
 

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Balwin goes big on shiny R9bn, 5000-apartment development in Midrand

JSE-listed Balwin Properties on Thursday announced plans to build a R9 billion, 5 020 apartment development in Waterfall, Midrand.
Chief executive Steve Brookes said that the development, called Munyaka – or crystal in Venda – would be the crown jewel in the group’s portfolio.

The group is involved in more than 70 developments in Gauteng, Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.

“We have worked closely with our architects to bring something exceptional to sectional title buyers and believe that it will not only set a new standard for lifestyle estate living,” Brookes said.

Construction of the lagoon, boundary wall, gatehouse, lifestyle centre and show apartment block had already started with the balance of apartments being rolled out over the next eight years. Sales were expected to begin early in March.

Brookes said that Balwin would also invest in road infrastructure around Munyaka, having already completed Mia Drive at a cost of more than R100 million.

The company typically matches its rate of construction against its rate of sales, but given the success of its development of The Blyde in Pretoria East – the site of the first Crystal Lagoon amenity in sub-Saharan Africa – demand was expected to outstrip supply significantly.

Brooke said that the current sales were buoyant, with apartments priced in an affordable range from R499 000 to R2 million.

He said most of the apartments would be Balwin’s core model one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and would include appliances such as a fridge, stove and washing machine in the sales price.

One-bedroom apartments would start from R799 000.

In addition, two ultra-luxurious penthouses would be developed with a 180-degree view of the lagoon, expected to be marketed at R30m each, as well as four “super luxurious” lagoon facing units, which was expected to sell for R10m each.

https://www.iol.co.za/business-repo...000-apartment-development-in-midrand-42259531
 

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its very much under construction. The people emigrating are not typical buyers of R800k apaprtments
 
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