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Century City Square filling up fast

Rabie Property Group’s R1billion mixed use Century City Square development, which is set to become the new commercial hub of Century City, is on track for completion by February 2016. The entire development, which is set over a basement parking podium, comprises a 900 seat Century...

Two Century City buildings get second Green Star ratings

Two Century City office buildings developed by the Rabie Property Group have received 4 Star Green Star SA Office v1 – As Built ratings from the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA). They are the Business Centre and No 3 Bridgeway which were previously both...

Century City Business Centre opens in October

The Business Centre’s first serviced offices  in Cape Town open in Century City on 1 October. The 4000 square metre A-grade office block, which has been built on a prime site at Century City in a joint venture between The Business Centre and Rabie Property Group,...

Chevron South Africa to build new HQ at Century City

[caption id="attachment_753" align="alignright" width="300"] An artist impression of the Chevron building to be built at Century City[/caption] Chevron South Africa plans to relocate its South African headquarters to Century City.  The group has acquired a gateway site at Century City from the  Rabie Property Group on...

First crane back on Century City skyline

[caption id="attachment_183" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Coenie Fick of Aurecon and Colin Anderson, a director of Rabie Property Group, on the site where construction of Aurecon’s new R150million offices is now underway."][/caption] The first construction crane to grace the skies at Century City in almost a year has...

New green offices for Aurecon

An artist impression of Aurecon A new 7000 square metre “green” regional office block will be built at Century City for Aurecon, an engineering, management and specialist technical services group formed through the merger of leading engineering consultancies, Africon, Connell Wagner and Ninham Shand. Being developed by...