EXECUTIVE UPDATE | October 2012




Dear Subscriber

According to William Shakespeare, "There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune."

It certainly feels as if we at Signatura have launched our enterprise on the back of a surging spring tide, because never before in three decades have I experienced deal flow of the kind we are seeing at the moment!

If you have a property that you think might be suitable for redevelopment by the Signatura team, give us a call and let's talk.


John Rabie
R50 MILLION PROJECT IN UPPER KENILWORTH!

After a highly successful debut in the City Bowl, Signatura is to break into the leafy Southern Suburbs with a R50 million residential complex in Upper Kenilworth. The development, known as Robyndale, consists of 43 one, two and three bedroom apartments, selling from R895 000. "In my humble opinion," commented John Rabie, "Robyndale offers more value than Kenilworth has seen in decades!"
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AZZURRI BREAKS GROUND IN SEA POINT

Construction has commenced on the site of Signatura's luxury apartment development in Calais Road, Sea Point.

Offering wonderful views of the Atlantic Ocean and Robben Island, Azzurri  will provide secure on-site parking, a luxury duplex penthouse, four garden apartments, and contemporary architectural styling with timber pergolas.
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SECOND CITY BOWL SELL-OUT
FOR SIGNATURA
 


Following the rapid-fire success of Horizons, Signatura has announced that a second  City Bowl development has sold out. Anton McElhone, who heads up the Signatura sales team, confirmed that all six apartments in Altino, St James Street, Vredehoek, have been bought.

"Almost all of the buyers at Altino are owner-occupiers, who have been particularly attracted by the great City Bowl views, the secure off-street parking, and by the private and communal garden areas," commented McElhone. "That's the kind of value Signatura offers."
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CAPE TOWN IS WINNING
THE 'SEMIGRATION' TUG OF WAR



A recent report by prominent FNB property economist John Loos confirms that Cape Town is well ahead of other major metros in the tug-of-war to attract and retain skilled and highly skilled property buyers.

Based on an 18 month survey of estate agents' reports, Loos found that in three key areas – net 'semi-gration' gain or loss, emigration selling and foreign buying – Cape Town clearly outperformed its upcountry rivals, an indication, according to Loos, of "relatively strong levels of long term confidence" in the Mother City's property market.

For sales enquiries, email Anton McElhone or phone him on 083 506 7829.

For development opportunities, email John Edgar or phone him on 083 270 2434.