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

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JUTA

STREET

“This area, distressed for so long, will ultimately become the aspirational epicentre of creativity in Johannesburg – fueled by the passion, sincerity and enthusiasm of a new generation who believe wholeheartedly that tomorrow will bring in an even better day than today. I’m committed to urban regeneration and cultural reformation in Braamfontein.”

PROPERTY DETAILS

Location:  Juta Street

Property size: 1200 m2

Number of commercial spaces: 1

Commercial size: 200 m2

Number of retail spaces: 4

Retail size: 60 m2 – 250 m2

JUTA

STREET

“This area, distressed for so long, will ultimately become the aspirational epicentre of creativity in Johannesburg – fueled by the passion, sincerity and enthusiasm of a new generation who believe wholeheartedly that tomorrow will bring in an even better day than today. I’m committed to urban regeneration and cultural reformation in Braamfontein.”

PROPERTY DETAILS

Location:  Juta Street

Property size: 1200 m2

Number of commercial spaces: 1

Commercial size: 200 m2

Number of retail spaces: 4

Retail size: 60 m2 – 250 m2

THE STORY

68 Juta Street was originally constructed in the 1950s and is the first home of Dokter and Misses – one of Johannesburg’s preeminent design companies. The building has recently been repurposed and is already home to the Testament bar and Banele Khoza’s art gallery and studio. The basement parking has also just been converted into a new venue space, while the famed Beach sits on the rooftop of 68 Juta.

THE STORY

68 Juta Street was originally constructed in the 1950s and is the first home of Dokter and Misses – one of Johannesburg’s preeminent design companies. The building has recently been repurposed and is already home to the Testament bar and Banele Khoza’s art gallery and studio. The basement parking has also just been converted into a new venue space, while the famed Beach sits on the rooftop of 68 Juta.

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