City Centre, Cape Town, South africa
Type: Retail, Offices & Apartments
Region: Cape Town City Centre, Western Cape, South Africa.
Value: R400 Million
Size: 34 Floors
Foreshore Place was the first structure in Cape Town to use a continuous glass curtain wall and at the time, was the largest steel-skeleton ever used in a skyscraper, defining its 34-storey main tower which opened its doors in 1970.
At Foreshore Place, it’s about balance. In one sense, calm and modern minimalist interiors, all the way from kitchen to vanity. A space where residents could have everything they ever need. In another, a social space that could balance out closed doors and bring residents together. Introducing our resident’s entertainment area located on the 4th floor deck. A place for residents to relax and get to know one another. An in-house physical social network.
Foreshore Place introduces the Business Lounge & Entertainment Terrace located on the 4th floor deck. Here businesses can socially connect, practically idea-share or formally present without ever having to leave the building.
Over time, Foreshore Place has seen its fair share of iconic tenants. It was also at the forefront of fine dining being home to the city’s first attempt at a Michelin-starred bedouin restaurant.