Barrington, new village at Sunningdale. Read more.
Corporate Social Investment
The Archway Foundation striving to provide school halls for one million disadvantaged children. Read more.
While providing homes to suit every stage of life, for singles or families, right through to retirement, Garden Cites has in its 94-year history also taken the lead in developing communities in the broadest sense, providing the infrastructure that its thousands of residents need for their daily lives.
And in line with its preservation of the environment and a commitment to sustainable communities the company is breaking new ground in the establishment and refinement of green building principles as the standard for all current and future development. (see: Historic Garden Cities takes leading role in latest green building regime)
Its high quality houses and apartments are set in finely planned townscapes with open green spaces and recreational areas. There are sports fields and clubs, crèches, schools, commercial centres, healthcare and community initiatives. The suburbs it develops are in prime areas in the Cape Peninsula and to the north. The residential and commercial layouts and road systems are designed with safety and convenience in mind. There are gated communities, single residential homes and even retirement villages. Garden Cities apartments are in demand for rental or ownership
It is renowned for its successful community building in projects such as the earliest development in Pinelands, Meadowridge, Northpine, Victoria Park and Edgemead. Currently, projects include Pinehurst in the Durbanville area, as well as Sunningdale on the West Coast, The company has also become widely acclaimed for its social investment programme, the Archway Foundation, funding and building school halls and providing other assistance to children in underprivileged communities.