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Monday, 14 January 2013 13:04

Alrode Shopping Centre to go under the hammer

Published by  eProp Commercial Property News
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The shopping centre, a total of approximately 2500m² situated on the corner of Potgieter Street and Bentonite Street in Alberton, is a popular centre as it services the Alrode industrial workers.

Property-Housing-ResidentialThe single storey centre is U-shaped with ample parking and a large basement which has been converted into 85 self-storage units with a management office.

The shopping centre is divided into 12 shops of various sizes with 1 office component. A supermarket with bakery is a key attraction at the centre, and the property features 2 ATMs.

''Situated only 25 minutes from the Johannesburg CBD, with easy accessibility to various main arterial routes such as Swartkoppies, not only does the retail centre services the industrial workers, but the real opportunity is to provide retail to the two adjacent townships." comments John Hislop of Aucor Property.

Last modified on Friday, 30 May 2014 10:46

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