Station House apartments start from R1.595m. Picture: SUPPLIED/STATION HOUSE
Station House apartments start from R1.595m. Picture: SUPPLIED/STATION HOUSE

Launching on March 6 2021, Station House brings a new way of life to Fresnaye; one of the most sought-after locations in SA. As the first-of-its-kind development to hit Sea Point, Station House offers more than 15 lifestyle offerings all within one address, apartments from R1.595m, and an opportunity to invest in a bespoke boutique hotel.

As a collaboration between esteemed property developers, Berman Brother Group and D2E Properties, Station House is set to become an iconic destination for people who visit, invest in or choose to live in this dynamic development. 

Berman Bros Group director Saul Berman says: “Our personal history is closely tied to Station House — we grew up in the exact spot where this building is. Throughout our 31 years of development, we have remained true to the suburb and look forward to every opportunity to unlock value for Sea Point residents and investors. Station House will change the way we think about life, work and play. We have partnered with the best minds in the SA property industry, and innovation will take us — and Station House residents — to the next level.”

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A playground for the well-heeled, Fresnaye has been secured as the spot for this new property development. Situated between Signal Hill and Sea Point, Station House intends to offer cosmopolitan, convenient living in comfort and exceptional style.

It’s exactly what the Atlantic seaboard property market demands too, where between 2011 and 2020, Fresnaye experienced a 65% increase in population. Research from Rainmaker Marketing shows that between 2016 and 2019, the average price of properties has increased by 18%. 

Station House offers apartments from R1.595m, and bespoke boutique hotel suites. The boutique hotel offers investors an alternative property investment within the Atlantic seaboard, while also having the opportunity to stay in the hotel for a limited period annually, as an included benefit.

Station House is an architecturally inspired 12-storey building, which gives professionals everything they need within their own space. As a lock-up-and-go lifestyle solution, Station House is a home, a workplace, a retail space and an entertainment venue, all in one.

The in-house facilities include: an iconic sky bar, pool and restaurant, a signature PnP supermarket, a street-front deli, a restaurant and bar, a resident’s rooftop pool, an outdoor kinetic gym, a yoga studio and fitness centre, a dedicated pet park, a business centre and meeting pods, a resident’s lounge, braai pods and private dining facilities.

D2E Properties director Robin Magid says Station House offers great potential investment opportunities for keen purchasers.

“There is no development of this quality in the Atlantic seaboard. With demands for property priced at the right level continuing to escalate, and due to the low interest rate environment, we have curated a development that speaks to a new market,” says Magid.

“Our ‘sleep small, live large’ concept will be fully embraced by the future residents of Station House. The building will capture the strong sense of community that Capetonians enjoy, while offering the majestic views and sites that contribute to the city’s global appeal.”

For more information, visit the Station House website.

This article was paid for by Station House.


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