Nearly a decade into its life, Attacq is building residential assets in the Waterfall precinct for the first time. JSE-listed Attacq, which owns Mall of Africa and the PwC office tower, has partnered with Tricolt, a leading property development company, to launch the first high-rise luxury apartments in Waterfall City. If these succeed, other residential assets will be added to the precinct. Ellipse Waterfall is set to bring urban luxury living to one of Gauteng’s fast-growing business nodes. Residents will be able to select from executive one-bedroom apartments (starting from 44m²) to flagship three-bedroom duplex penthouses, offering up to 327m² of living space, including private rooftop gardens and heated pools. Prices will range from R1.49m to R12m. “For Attacq, our focus is to provide capital growth and distributable earnings by leveraging our four value drivers, the most notable of which is our Waterfall development. Ellipse represents a natural next step as we look to diversi...

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