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​​​​​​​​​​Sunninghill Crescent 2

Conveniently located on lush green gardens.

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Sunninghill Crescent 2 is located near Witkoppen Road, one of Johannesburg’s busiest routes. This beautiful office park is ideally situated close to the Johannesburg Country Club, the Sunninghill Hospital and a variety of hotels, while enjoying easy access to the rest of Johannesburg via the freeway.

Three shopping centres within close proximity add to the convenience. These include Sunhill Shopping Centre, The Square Centre of Sunninghill and The Core Shopping Centre – all offering a wide range of restaurant options and a number of banks.

The imposing building is situated in a lush parkland area...

Part of an upmarket, multi-tenanted A-grade office building, comprising of three storeys and basement parking, has become available in sought- after Sunninghill – one of Johannesburg’s first strategically planned office nodes. Currently occupied by Netcare and UCS, the imposing building is situated in a lush parkland area, close to hotels, shops, restaurants and banks. The prominent address offers easy access to the freeway.

The property has recently been upgraded to A grade standards.

Gross Rental Structure

Building address Sunninghill The Crescent Building 2, 3 Eglin Road, Sunninghill
Available m² (current) 562 m²
215 m²
100 m²
109 m²
272 m²
232 m²

Total: 1490 m²
Future m² n/a
Gross rental, Rands/m² R78 m² (net.), plus R12 (rates and taxes)= R90/m²
Municipal charge Pro-rata per municipal bill
Parking rate: basement R650/bay
Parking rate: shade net R550/bay
Minimum pockets rentable 200 m²

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