Artist’s impression of 32 Napier, a new development in De Waterkant.
Six of the units at the mixed use development, 32 Napier in Green Point, were sold within 48 hours of the launch in February.
“The development on the corner of Napier Street and Moreland Terrace in De Waterkant takes advantage of the site’s prime location with views towards the mountain and sea,” says Karen Muller of Leapfrog Property Group, the agency marketing the development.
The 32 Napier development consists of 19 apartments, one and a half floors of commercial space and has 141 parking bays. The Tower Property Fund are the owners and developers behind the project, which was designed by dhk architects. FWJK is responsible for project management, quantity surveying and development management.
The ground floor provides 320m2 of office space, and the first floor consists of retail space with a wrap-around terrace as well as one two-bedroom and a one-bedroom apartment. Each subsequent upper floor has one two-bedroom and four one-bedroom apartments with two two-bedroom penthouses on the fifth and final floor. Three levels of underground parking will be added below Napier Street, stretching towards the Cape Quarter, adding vital new parking for the area.
Muller says 32 Napier forms part of the trendy De Waterkant area, with its cobbled streets and sidewalk cafes, and is also part of the Cape Quarter lifestyle village.
Prices of apartments at 32 Napier Street start at R2.85 million including VAT, and construction is expected to be completed by March 2018.