Signatura’s new Green Point development is located at the end of Romney Street, a quiet little cul-de-sac on the lower slopes of Signal Hill, between High Level and Main Roads, Green Point.
This tranquil location will allow residents to enjoy wonderful sea views, while still being close enough to walk to a wonderful array of shops, restaurants and world-class lifestyle attractions, such as the Green Point Urban Park, the Cape Town Stadium and the V&A Waterfront.
From here, a trip to the CBD, the Sea Point Promenade, or the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay – by car or via Cape Town’s efficient MyCiTi bus service – won’t take more than a few minutes.
This elegant six-storey new apartment building comprises:
Residents of The Beacon will an amazing menu of healthy lifestyle activities within walking distance. Choose between rugby, golf, gym or tennis in the excellent sports facilities clustered around the brilliant jewel of the Green Point Urban Park, or water-based sports like surfing, kayaking or swimming from Rocklands, Three Anchor Bay or Mouille Point.
And whether you prefer cycling, strolling, running or rollerblading, the beautiful boulevards that link the slopes of Signal Hill with the seascapes of the Atlantic Ocean extend a constant invitation to stay fit in this stunning outdoor gym.
For lovers of nightlife, the clubs, pubs and restaurants of the buzzy Main Road strip and the Waterfront are also an easy, road-block-free walk from home!
MLB Architects, designers of The Beacon, have put the emphasis on space and light, with clean modern lines to the external and internal features.
The form of the building tapers towards the top and incorporates floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors to maximise views and light. Glass balustrades are used to enhance views, while full-height aluminium sliding screens on the upper levels provide sun control, privacy and add an interesting ‘layer’ to the building. These are contrasted by the timber slatted screens and planting at ground level, providing a softer privacy feature for street-level apartments.
The façade in characterised by a finely articulated timber and steel element that announces the building entrance as well as providing privacy to some of the street-facing terraces.
The palette of materials and colours vary. A textured, charcoal finish is used for the base of the building, providing a strong contrast for the lightness of the upper levels, which are separated by white floor planes, and contained by solid wall areas in tones of blue and grey.
Architects: MLB Architects
Quantity Surveyors: Khats & Sparks
Structural Engineer: S&T Engineers
Plumbing Consultant: Benatar Consultants
Electrical Engineer: Rawlins Wales & Partners
Energy Consultant: Here Today
Mechanical Engineer: Jo Lubbe & Associates
Fire Consultant: Solution Station
Land Surveyor: David Hellig Abrahamse & Le Brun
Attorneys: Maurice Phillips Wisenberg
Branding & Marketing: Machete Creative