Cape Town property is notorious for being incredibly expensive and the apartments in Zero-2-One Tower are no exception.
Set to be Cape Town’s tallest building, the Tower will be 44 storeys high with 550 luxury apartments, according to developer FWJK’s website.
The Tower will also include retail stores at ground level and a viewing deck, to take in a 36-degree view of the Mother City.
According to Business Tech, official sale launch of the apartments will take place in January 2020, with prices starting at R899 000 including VAT (excluding transfer fees).
“The architectural design and building aesthetic of Zero-2-One Tower responds positively to its immediate surrounds and the City at large. The building is “lifted” off the ground in order to create safe, open and protected walkways at grade which allows access at various points along the building edge for pedestrians, thereby activating the building and the urban streetscape,” says the developer’s website.
The building caused controversy in 2016 when the R1.3 billion development was announced, after it faced several delays as part of the City of Cape Town approval process that stipulated the building include ‘affordable housing’.