Retail & hospitality

Riverfields will cater to the hospitality, lifestyle, leisure and shopping needs of locals and visitors to the area.

Harvest Square is Riverfields’ flagship mixed-use development and will incorporate a neighbourhood shopping centre with office and residential facilities. A central public square will be a key feature of this centre designed by one of SA’s leading architectural firms – GAPP Urban Designers & Architects.

The initial development phase will offer between 6 500 and 8 500m² available space.

Plans are also in advanced stages for the development of a regional shopping centre. The proposed centre will be established on the south-western intersection of Albertina Sisulu and the R23.

These developments are aimed at meeting current and projected future retail trade growth in the area:

  • Current market size: 666 712
  • Since 1996 retail trade growth in the Kempton Park area has averaged double that of the metro area

 

 

In addition, market opportunities exist for short-stay accommodation aimed at the four star business market, conference facility and restaurants.

Features

  • Access to untapped & underserviced markets
  • Growing resident & work force community
  • Development opportunities across retail sector
  • Strong business tourism opportunity for 150 – 200 room four star hotel with conferencing facilities
  • Full integration with urban system

News

Four things to do to keep the kids happy and entertained during social distancing

  • 23 March 2020 | Pakamani Nombila

Schools across the country shut down on 18 March 2020 following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on Sunday 15 March, detailing measures to mitigate the spread of the Covid-19 virus. This has seen millions of parents with school-going children across the country go into self-isolation within the confines of their homes.

Riverfields has put together four tips to help families survive social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic:

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Repurposing old car tyres to use around the house

  • 19 March 2020 | Pakamani Nombila

Old and worn-out car tyres are said to be “among the most problematic and challenging sources of solid waste”. Due to their large production volume, tyres are routinely thrown out and piled up at landfills, or are left lying around in the garage or the garden at home.

So, instead of letting old tyres take up space, here are a few ways you can repurpose them as a form of recycling and for use around the house:

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Riverfields renovations: tips for choosing bedroom furniture

  • 12 March 2020 | Pakamani Nombila

For first-time homeowners and those who are simply not used to relocating, buying bedroom furniture that complements one’s taste, budget and style can quickly become a daunting and even overwhelming task.

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