358 On Victoria, Salt River
358 on Victoria is a trendsetting new A-grade commercial building located in a prime position on Victoria Road, Salt River.
Phase 1 of the development which comprises 18000sqm of A-grade office space is let to NASDAQ listed 2U – Get Smarter. Phase 1 is set for completion in quarter 3 of 2021.
North facing with Table Mountain as the backdrop and Table Bay ahead the site stands proud on the southern side of Victoria Road. Previously home to The old House of Monatic Textile Factory, this central position just off Nelson Mandela Boulevard offers ease of access into Cape Town CBD, the Southern Suburbs, N2 outbound toward Cape Town International Airport, and minutes from the N1 North and South.
With magnificent views of Table Mountain and Cape Town Harbour with an abundance of natural light the large clear floorplates ensure flexibility of layout design.
One of the highlights of this development is that the building has been designed to attain optimal comfort levels by using a thermally activated building system (TABS). TABS uses the principle of radiant heat transfer, whereby the structure is cooled (or heated) and the human body then exchanges heat with the surrounding structure. In the case of this building, all the floor/ceiling slabs are cooled/heated by passing chilled or heated water through piping loops embedded in the concrete slabs. Thermal comfort modeling has been used to optimize the design of this system, including the selection of the best glazing to provide maximum comfort as well as maximum energy efficiency. The TABS concept results in a 30% reduction in operating cost for the building, while at the same time providing very stable, draught-free comfort conditions. Any direct radiant heat from the sunlight shining onto the floor surface is immediately absorbed and removed by the TABS system.
Fresh air provision is also maximized by delivering 100% outside air to all the occupied spaces in the building. This fresh air is pre-cooled or pre-heated to ensure that it is introduced into the space at a neutral temperature.
The thermal inertia of the structure also has the benefit of providing continuous cooling/heating even during power outages that may last between 2 – 4 hours.
For further letting opportunities in the development please contact - Stephen Swanepoel http://firstname.lastname@example.org or on 021 447 7244
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358 Victoria Rd, Salt River, Cape Town, 7925
Quarter 3 2021