Grove Exchange achieves 3 Green Star rating

Grove Exchange - 3 Green Star SA

Our Grove Exchange site has now achieved its 3-star Green Star existing building rating (EBP) from the Green Building Council South Africa.

The Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) look at a variety of categories to determine the environmental impact of a building’s site selection, design and construction. Points are then awarded for each credit within specific environmental categories.

Grove Exchange is one of only two buildings in the entire Claremont CBD to have successfully achieved this rating. With this in mind, construction has now been completed and floors 4, 5 and 6, are ready for occupation.

Leases have already been successfully concluded over the last remaining 3rd floor office, 60% of the 4th floor, the 5th floor has been let to a single tenant and there is interest for a portion of both the remaining 4th floor space and the 6th floor. The first of these new tenants start their fit out in July 2016. Less than 50% of the additional space is still available to let (see revised floor plans below) and with offers out on almost half the available space. Grove Exchange will soon be fully let.

The 4th floor space still available has both north-facing views towards Somerset West and the back of Table mountain behind. This area can however be split into two separate offices, with the one smaller office having the mountain view and the larger of the two offices having the north-facing view.

The 6th floor is light and airy with it’s high ceilings and it’s expansive floor to ceiling windows literally has a 360 degree view from Claremont and the mountain all the way around and across to the mountains in the north. This space can be split to create a maximum of four office premises.

For further information or to view the premises, kindly contact Nicky Bester on 021-683 9061.

 

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Grove Exchange - 3 Green Star SA

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