Strydom Park

Strydom Park or rather Strijdom Park (its original Dutch namesake) is a bustling commercial and industrial area in Randburg. The established industrial and commercial node of Strijdom Park has plenty to offer. There are a host of professional services industries in the area including big name brand car dealerships, car repair shops, printers, plastics manufacturers and various others. 

 

There are decently priced warehousing units and office blocks in the area on a rental basis and many of the commercial properties in Strijdom Park are both office and factory-use combinations. 

 There are numerous industrial warehouse & factory units in the Strydom Park area available for rent. Sizes vary from 350sqm - 650 sqm. Factory units within security controlled industrial parks in the Strydom Park and surrounding area are available for rent. A recent development in the Strydom Park area is Commercial City in the centre of Strydom Park. It has good security and private parking and A Grade facilities. Another large office block is Graphite Industrial Park, which has industrial mini factories to let in the heart of Strydom Park. All units to let have a warehouse/factory space with a roller door entrance and a ground floor reception area and mezzanine office space. This park also has easy access to the N1 highway via Malibongwe.

Position-wise, Strijdom Park enjoys the benefits of being in close proximity to the Randburg CBD, Sandton and surrounds including ease of access to Malibongwe Drive. According to the Broll Property Market Report, Gauteng faces a chronic shortage of stock and suitable vacant land for new industrial development - with little new space coming onto the market, industrial rentals are expected to continue to rise. Randburg has become a popular industrial node in recent years particularly for warehousing, freight, distribution and courier companies due to its close proximity to the N1 and decent road networks in the CBD. Industrial properties in Strydom Park have suitable space and infrastructure for current and future industrial usage in the greater Johannesburg area.

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