The pandemic has been a weird and wonderful time for the property market. As buyers start scaling down and finding homes that are better suited to their pockets and environmentally conscious, countless property trends have begun to mirror this new way of thinking.
One such trend is micro-apartments. Often considered a cheaper alternative to traditional apartments, it offers eco-conscious buyers the chance to do their part for the environment while saving a ton of cash. Cape Town’s property developers have been quick to jump on to this “micro” trend, with a few developments in Woodstock and the Mother City’s CBD being prime examples.
Cape Town’s iconic Thibault Square appears to be getting one such facelift and will soon be known as One Thibault. The revamped building will be spearheaded by Thibault investments, and according to the company, this building will be the tallest in the city, standing at a massive 126m.
The development will be a mix of office, retail and residential units, with 180 fully serviced studios and apartments available. Along with their micro-apartments, buyers can expect to have a range of choices, including one and two-bedroom apartments, all starting from R895 000.
If the thought of decorating your new space already has you pulling out your hair, don’t worry. Thibault Investments is offering buyers the option to purchase fully furnished, providing you with furnishings that complement the minimalist glamour of the building, as per IOL.
If you’re looking to find a great way to invest your money, these alluring apartments are a great Airbnb option.
“With the management and convenience of the concierge and reception area, the apartments are conveniently Airbnb ready. It’s the perfect option for corporate buyers or rentals,” says Thibault Investments.
- Beautiful views
- Reception area with 24-hour security
- High-speed internet
- Airbnb friendly
- On-site restaurant
- Pool deck
- Co-working & networking space
- Storage Space
- Laundry facilities
- Easy access to transportation hubs
- Conveniently close to Cape Town’s finest landmarks
Picture: Cape Town ETC Gallery