Read our research on how cultural groups and communities can be included in the placemaking of the Bellville CBD.
New mixed use tower development on Buitengracht Street announced.
120-room hotel, office and retail complex worth R1 billion is expected to be complete by mid-2019.
At about 80 intersections in the Cape Town city centre all the traffic lights change to red at the same
Good Hope centre to become private film studio for 3 more years The City Council is forging ahead with plans
This is the vision for a section of the Cape Town CBD for the year 2030 by Makeka Design Lab.
Streets are the most important of public places, yet Cape Town’s central city streets become void of life after dark. First Thursdays, the monthly event where art galleries and stores in the CBD stay open late, aims to change that by working with existing infrastructure.
A proposed 11.5 ha development around the Bellville Velodrome, called the Galleria, is now going to council for approval. It aims to introduce the concept of New Urbanism to the northern suburbs and become the catalyst for a second Cape Town CBD.
We keep an eye on the major refurbishment of Newspaper House currently the home of The Cape Argus, The Cape Times and other publications.
The architects and engineers behind Portside, Cape Town’s rising skyscaper, shared some details of the project at a recent gathering at the Cape Institute for Architecture. Gareth Pearson shares his perspective on some of the insights from the event.