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1st Floor, 6 De Beer Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng 2000

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JUTA

STREET

“I bought 62 Juta Street on auction shortly after I acquired 155 Smit Street. It was the second building I bought in Braamfontein. For the first two years, while I was seeing out old tenancies, I used most of the building as an artist residency.”

PROPERTY DETAILS

Location: Juta Street
Property size: 2240 m2
Number of commercial spaces: 6
Commercial size: 140 m2 – 320 m2
Number of retail spaces: 1
Retail size: 320 m2

JUTA

STREET

“I bought 62 Juta Street on auction shortly after I acquired 155 Smit Street. It was the second building I bought in Braamfontein. For the first two years, while I was seeing out old tenancies, I used most of the building as an artist residency.”

PROPERTY DETAILS

Location: Juta Street
Property size: 2240 m2
Number of commercial spaces: 6
Commercial size: 140 m2 – 320 m2
Number of retail spaces: 1
Retail size: 320 m2

THE STORY

I personally sourced the original group of artists, which included the now famous Kudzi Churai, who has exhibited his works in the MOMA, NY. They in turn brought their artist friends to join them on this new adventure. My only condition for occupancy was that we hold an open exhibition every month to bring people into the area. It was the beginning of the art scene in Braamies – raw, authentic and inspired.

 

A few years later the building was sectionalized and now includes South Africa’s most preeminent gallerists: the Stevenson Gallery, IFAS – the French culture institute, and one of South Africa’s largest gender NGO’s, Sonke Gender Justice.

THE STORY

I personally sourced the original group of artists, which included the now famous Kudzi Churai, who has exhibited his works in the MOMA, NY. They in turn brought their artist friends to join them on this new adventure. My only condition for occupancy was that we hold an open exhibition every month to bring people into the area. It was the beginning of the art scene in Braamies – raw, authentic and inspired.

 

A few years later the building was sectionalized and now includes South Africa’s most preeminent gallerists: the Stevenson Gallery, IFAS – the French culture institute, and one of South Africa’s largest gender NGO’s, Sonke Gender Justice.

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