Rivonia Commercial Property

Rivonia is one of the most affluent residential and commercial business suburbs in Johannesburg and is regarded as the hub of IT startup companies, media houses and advertising agencies. Rivonia is bordered by Bryanston, Petervale, Paulshof, Morningside, Sunninghill, Megawatt Park and Woodmead, and has direct access from the N1 Concrete Highway. Rivonia is historically important as it was in Rivonia at Liliesleaf Farm where the accused in the 1964 Rivonia Trial were arrested. Liliesleaf Farm had been used as a hideout for prominent members of the African National Congress, including Nelson Mandela and Govan Mbeki. 

 

The main retail thoroughfare, Rivonia Boulevard, is the location of the Rivonia Square and Rivonia Village shopping complexes. The beautiful Rivonia Square boasts a chain of shops, nightclubs and restaurants along the thoroughfare and includes the former Cloisters Shopping Centre. This square is always a hub of entertainment for a trendy modern set. One is spoiled for choice when picking a restaurant or café, which is one of the reasons for its popularity among corporate and working professionals.

Rivonia is predominantly a Commercial Node  consisting of an office and retail node made up of A, B and C Grade office buildings and complexes with prime retail shopping centres and strip shops on Rivonia Boulevard. Rentals are relatively high as office space is in high demand all year round. Rivonia is home to a plethora of multi-media and IT startups as well as marketing and advertising agencies – giving it a modern innovative edge. With its close proximity to Sandton, Rivonia has enjoyed a boom in rental property in both commercial and residential sectors however it has cemented its reputation as a business district closely replicating the model of Sandton CBD. Rivonia residential property is typically a mix of exclusive townhouse complexes and modern high rises. These houses generally offer beautifully modern architecture and a wide variety of features. 

Rivonia’s commercial property is typically up market with generous office spaces some with lavish finishes. Residential property in and around Rivonia is similarly extravagant. Townhouse complexes and studio apartments as well as lofty estates in the area enjoy all the mod cons one would expect. Rivonia has become an entertainment and corporate hub that has essentially merged with Sandton. Indeed, the Rivonia property market is ideal for commercial ventures and presents a very attractive prospect for developers.       

Commercial Areas