It is said to be fast attracting several national ‘big box’ retail chains and modern distribution centres, due to its prime location, eco-friendly focus, security and overall aesthetic appeal.
Co-owned by Improvon, Acucap and Capital Property Funds and developed and managed by the Improvon Group, Montague Park covers a total of 62 Ha and includes a mixture of retail, commercial and industrial tenant opportunities.
The Park is the largest project of its kind to be undertaken in the area in several years and is situated in Montague Gardens, with easy access to all major arterial routes.
According to Improvon business development executive, Grant Lewington, Montague Park’s accessibility is further enhanced by three separate intersections which facilitate traffic flow into and out of the Park.
From a security perspective, Lewington explains that the entire business park is surrounded by palisade fencing, while the industrial precinct restricts public access via a purpose-built gatehouse.
And whilst aesthetics are not frequently considered a factor in industrial developments, Montague Park is different and offers a beautifully landscaped environment and unparalleled views of Cape Town and Table Mountain.
“Cape Town is a strategically important investment node, and Improvon is proud to be launching Montague Park that presents business in the Western Cape with a well planned development that offers not only essential accessibility and visibility but also a safe, environmentally friendly and pleasurable work environment for tenants and employees,” concludes Lewington.