Current development opportunities by our team
Bo-Kaap is around a 5-minute drive from the V & A Waterfront and on the doorstep of Cape Town CBD. This development will boast the most panoramic views of the precinct. It’s an excellent investment in a city that’s in the top 10 Internationally for tourism. You can also walk if you choose. Here you will experience plenty of enjoyable scenery.
Bo – Kaap will dazzle you with the multi-colored glow from the buildings – that’s when you’ll know you’re in the right neighborhood.
All cost included in the purchase price: Developer to pay VAT and Transfer Cost.
The “Bo-Kaap” (or “Cape Malay Quarter” as it was also known) is culturally and historically one of the most interesting parts of Cape Town. The restored and colorfully painted house’s architectural style is a synthesis of Cape Dutch and Edwardian. IZRA MANOR is and investment in the nostalgic views and the majestic Table Mountain who still take pleasure in experiencing the glories of the landscape and the Peninsula of Cape Town from your apartment.
Available Now | Contact: Lana Akbar +27 (0) 83 314 8654
Good Hope Construction is offering a unique investment opportunity with their new development; Izra Towers. Situated in the heart of Durbanville, Izra Towers is refined to perfection with excellence and ingenuity.
This unique opportunity allows you to purchase directly from the developer, with no transfer duties lowering costs and ensuring your optimal investment.
45 Queen Street, Durbanville, Cape Town, 7550
Available from: R 825 000 – 1 640 000 | Contact: Ashraf – 082 733 1526 or Alet – 072 110 7731
New Good Hope Construction offices under Development
Situated in a typical industrial context where building materials are reduced to a minimum for economical and functional reasons, the proposed building responds appropriately by keeping to this ‘truth to materials’ concept. With the same economical and functional reasons kept in mind, the structure is used architecturally and as space defining elements without the need for extra ‘decoration’. Off shutter concrete, raw gabion walls and steel elements are detailed sensitively resulting in a well articulated building.