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KwaZulu Natal

Cato Ridge

Cato Ridge is situated 35 minutes from Durban and 20 minutes from Pietermaritzburg. Camperdown, which is the neighboring suburb, is being punted as the “Midrand” between the two cities. Camperdown and Cato Ridge are essentially both farming communities. They were set up in the early 1800’s after the Anglo Boer War. The area then was said to be a good chicken breeding area and is now home to Rainbow Chickens. Although farming is still the mainstay of the region, other industries have moved into the area. The general neighborhood comprises agricultural lands, with intermittent commercial development supporting local farm labourers and the agricultural...


City Centre

The Durban CBD is a melting pot of businesses that come together in the heart of the province. Here, blue-chip and multinational companies and small to medium businesses enjoy the benefits of being situated near key arterial routes, the Port of Durban (harbour) and a wide selection of amenities. The region is home to The Durban High Court, The Durban ICC, North and South Beach and various retail outlets, and financial and learning institutions including Woolworths, Damelin and FNB.  Durban is the largest city in KwaZulu-Natal and it is also the most populous in the province, these factors have enabled the city centre to evolve into a bustling metropolis that...


One of the most prominent mixed-use developments to embrace the Durban landscape is the monumental, Cornubia. Launched in April 2014 by Tongaat Hulett Developments and the eThekwini Municipality, the R25 Billion project is located on the north coast of KZN, in close proximity to the Mount Edgecombe Country Club. Cornubia  sits just 7 km from the King Shaka International Airport and Dube Tradeport, and 17 km from the Durban CBD. The node is known as the northern corridor and it is currently undergoing significant commercial and industrial growth as a result of a productive partnership between the private business sector and the provincial...



The N3 National Freeway and the M4 southern freeway meet at the gateway to Durban CBD forming what is commonly known as the ‘Warwick Triangle’.  This area is home to Durban’s main taxi rank. The industrial nodes of Congella and Maydon Wharf, home to prominent national companies including Portnet, border the harbour and south of the subject property. The Durban Central precinct, as per eThekwini’s Urban Development Zone (UDZ) is one of nine new precincts demarcated within the greater central city, forming the UDZ.  The aim of creating this zone is to stimulate new investment and urban regeneration to the central parts of the eThekwini...



Mobeni form part of the greater South Industrial Basin region. Mobeni West is situated west of South Coast Road and is primarily occupied by large-scale industrial premises geared towards manufacturing. Mobeni East forms part of the township of Dunns Grant. The Mobeni East and Jacobs Industrial node is bisected by the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Freeway (M4) and is in an area south of the Harbour and north of the Durban Airport. This area has experienced increased demand and with the recent completion of the upgrading of the Quality Street intersection with the M4, this trend should remain. This node is approximately 13 kilometres south of the Durban Central Business...

New Germany

New Germany is situated approximately 25 km west of the Durban's Central District and some 1 km east of the Pinetown Central Business District. The immediate surrounding comprises mainly industrial type properties and some have been revamped for end-user or tenant purposes. Properties in this node are of mixed assortment of freestanding industrial factory/warehousing with office components and a few interspersed sectional title mini factory complexes. Neighboring industrial nodes include New Germany, North Industrial and Falcon Industrial Park. Shepstone Road is one of the main arterials running through New Germany. The latter carries large volumes of traffic...


Located approximately 20 km inland from Durban, starting out as a small town centre, the now booming industrial hub of Pinetown is situated between Westville and Hillcrest and forms part of the western region of the eThekwini district. Named after Sir Benjamin Pine the governor of Natal from 1850 – 1855, Pinetown was established around the Wayside Hotel that was built in 1849 alongside the main wagon route that ran between Pietermaritzburg and Durban. Pinetown spans a total area of 86.15 km2 that extends from the Industrial suburb of Westmead in the west, along Josiah Gumede Road (Old Main Road) to Cowies Hill in the east, however Pinetown’s borders...



The neighbourhood is home to numerous 'blue chip' industrial tenants. Over time, Prospecton has become well known as the home of Toyota South Africa. The neighbourhood comprises large manufacturing plants and warehouse / distribution facilities. Prospecton Industrial is located South of Durban, adjacent to the old Durban International Airport and the N2 Freeway. Prospecton has enjoyed the benefits of growth of the Toyota operations within the neighbourhood and as such demand for property on the whole has seen an increase of late. Prospecton Park is located adjacent to Joyner Road but is accessed via a circular road, Transport Drive. Transport Drive provides...


South Coast

Approximately 4 km in width and stretching roughly 24 km in length to include; Bayhead, Clairwood, Congella, Isipingo, Jacobs, Maydon Wharf, Mobeni and Prospecton is the industrial area, better known as the Southern Basin of Durban.   Located in proximity to one or the largest and busiest ports in South Africa and running parallel to the coastline, ‘the Basin’ started its journey as an industrial area in the mid-50’s and has continued to develop ever since. Today the Southern Basin of Durban is home to some 600 different industries including some of the country’s largest oil refineries, chemical plants, textile manufacturers and many...


Umbilo, a mixed node, is situated approximately 2 kilometers from Durban’s central Business District and close to the Durban Harbour. Umbilo is positioned adjacent to the popular Maydon Wharf Industrial node, which is home to the prominent national companies including Portnet. The immediate neighborhood comprises of older type properties comprising of workshops, warehousing, commercial and retail components. The majority of buildings within the immediate vicinity are multi level, which are purposely designed for the clothing manufacturing industry.

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