Menlyn Maine’s new R1.15 billion residential development, the Trilogy Collection, will soon launch its second phase which will add 157 luxury apartments to the market.
The first phase of the development is nearing completion, with a total of 374 units expected to transfer to new owners in November and occupation expected on 1 December 2019.
Phase 2 is scheduled for completion in early 2021 and will comprise 157 apartments. The full development will have a total of 531 apartments when completed.
According to Retha Schutte, Pretoria regional executive for Pam Golding Properties, the demand for the apartments in the region is so high that apartment prices have risen by as much as 20% since the development was launched in 2016.
Of the 157 units in Phase 2, 21 comprise of the sold-out Platinum Collection. In addition, there is a double storey presidential suite measuring 574 sqm.
“This suite also offers a studio unit for staff accommodation, home cinema, climate controlled custom wine cellar, north facing terrace, private sun deck and swimming pool, two lounges and green spaces among other features.
“This presidential suite, the only one-of-its-kind in the development was sold for R20.5 million,” the group said.
Pam Golding said there are only a few spacious studio, one bedrooms and two bedroom apartments remaining in Phase 2 with prices ranging from R1.6 million for a studio apartment, to R2.2 million for a one bedroom unit, and R4.8 million for a two bedroom unit.
Trilogy Collection was developed by Catchu Trading with GLH Architects and renowned South African architect, Henk Boogertman as advisor.
The development features lifestyle amenities, including a 4,000 sqm park with designer sculptures, viewing decks, walking trails, water features and recreational facilities, a private rooftop swimming pool and a garden terrace complete with a sunset bar, as well as concierge reception, secure parking, private meeting rooms, staff rooms and store rooms.
There will also be dedicated cycling lanes throughout, and a number of lock-up facilities for bicycles.