Holiday Inn Express | V&A Waterfront in Cape Town

Holiday Inn Express | V&A Waterfront

Planned | Hotel | Cape Town | Groundbreaking 2011 | Completed 2012 | Views 2629 | Added by Lydon, 15 Aug 2010

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Heatherwick Studio for R500 million V&A Waterfront grain sil

Heatherwick Studio’s design for the Grain Silo Complex includes galleries and a central circulation space carved from the silos’ cellular concrete structure to create a cathedral-like central atrium filled with light from an overhead glass roof. The V&A Waterfront’s challenge to repurpo...
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Thomas Heatherwick’s V&A Waterfront Gallery in Cape Town Wil

42 vertical concrete tubes and a distinct lack of open space might not sound like ideal conditions for an exhibition of modern African art, but for Thomas Heatherwick it's just another puzzle to solve. The architect plans to integrate the heritage of an industrial    
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Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront refurbishment pays off

Public Investment Corporation (PIC) and Growthpoint Properties are reaping the rewards of expanding and refurbishing Cape Town’s Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront, as the precinct has become the most visited landmark in South Africa, attracting 23 million visitors a year.
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4 months ago

Lydon edited "This is back on the cards and planned to commence shortly."
10 months ago

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R35-million Overhaul Planned for V&A Waterfront Shopping Cen

Cape Town’s premier retail, leisure and commercial destination, the V&A Waterfront, is about to embark on a R35-million rejuvenation drive that will see an extensive upgrade to the food court area in its flagship shopping centre, Victoria Wharf.
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2 years ago

Lydon commented...

That doesn't rule out them moving the hotel elsewhere in the Waterfront.

3 years ago

Die commented...

That's strange when there is a real need for two and three star hotels in Cape Town. Surprised they could not build up more floors to make it worthwhile. But again Cape Town has an oversupply of hotels that will keep the market for new hotels subdued for the next five to seven years.

3 years ago

Lydon edited "This has been cancelled because the site is apparently too valuable for such a project."
3 years ago

Die edited "revise listing"
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