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The Tyger Waterfront 'offers a contemporary, urban lifestyle'

Construction of the Tyger Waterfront began in 2002, and it has grown into a vibrant node of residential and commercial properties, says Pam Golding Properties’ Annien Borg. “The area offers a contemporary, urban lifestyle.

It is also conveniently located near to the N1 and the Winelands.” With so many financial companies’ offices in the area, Tyger Waterfront is ideal for many young professionals wanting to live close to work and gain a foothold on the property market ladder. Rental apartments are also sought, says Borg.

Students attending Stellenbosch University’s Tyger Valley satellite campus also enjoy the convenience of living at the Tyger Waterfront and the neighbouring Galleria development will “further invigorate” the expansion of this node.

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