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East City property holds its own during Covid 1/9/20

The East City precinct of the Cape Town CBD is holding its own with property...

The office is here to stay 1/9/20

In the short term, working remotely to prevent the spread of Covid-19 makes...

East City property holds its own during Covid

1 September 2020

The East City precinct of the Cape Town CBD is holding its own with property sales and developments worth millions of rands continuing in spite of the coronavirus pandemic causing economic upheaval.

While many cranes lie idle on construction sites across greater Cape Town, in the Cape Town CBD’s East City precinct, it’s business as usual in spite of months of restrictions imposed on the South African economy by Government to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

The office is here to stay

1 September 2020
Screens separating work colleagues are now de riguer in the post-pandemic office.

In the short term, working remotely to prevent the spread of Covid-19 makes perfect sense. But the formal office is irreplaceable in many respects, from the transferring of skills to the mental health of employees. The office also contributes to the economy of the CBD and the greater Cape Town metropole. Here we build the (strong) case for why people will, and need to, return to the office.

Conferencing

The Central City has over 60 under-roof establishments with a combined total of 310 venues in which to host everything from a large-scale conference and exhibition to an intimate gathering or even a board meeting. Looking for a venue in which to host an event? We’ve done the searching for you. Click on the venues below or download our PDF of all venues.
 

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