Growthpoint’s ESG leadership continues with sustained JSE SRI Index inclusion27 November 2014
Growthpoint Properties’ continued inclusion in the JSE Socially Responsible Investment Index (SRI Index) was announced today, based on its positive environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices, as well as its performance in managing climate change issues.
Growthpoint and Acucap announce terms of potential acquisition offer12 November 2014
Acucap Properties and Growthpoint Properties today jointly announced they have concluded an implementation agreement for the terms and conditions of a potential offer by Growthpoint to acquire all the shares in Acucap that Growthpoint doesn’t already own.
The grass is always greener on Growthpoint’s side05 November 2014
Acknowledged for dedication to sustainable development, Growthpoint Properties took home the award in the Infrastructure and Renewable Energy category for its Tshedimosetso House project at the 2014 Nedbank Capital Sustainable Business Awards for Infrastructure and Renewable Energy.
La Lucia Mall: fabulous at 40 with a fantastic future ahead22 September 2014
An icon of modern shopping in KwaZulu-Natal, La Lucia Mall celebrates 40 years of retail success this month.
Originally built in 1974, La Lucia Mall has grown and evolved with its community and retail trends to remain a relevant and exciting shopping attraction, frequented by over six million shoppers each year.
Now, it is set to grow again in 2015 with a R12 million expansion by owners and managers Growthpoint Properties.
Growthpoint acquires substantial track of prime Samrand land to develop with Cavaleros18 September 2014
Growthpoint Properties today announced its largest industrial land deal to date. It is acquiring a fully-serviced 43 hectare site in Samrand, equal in size to 86 rugby fields, from the Cavaleros Group.
Cavaleros will be Growthpoint’s development partner for this prime land, which has an ultimate development potential of R2 billion in today’s terms.
The land, superbly situated between Johannesburg and Pretoria, has a colourful history and was previously owned by Malaysian banker, Dato Samsudin Abu Hassan who, it is said, was once considered the biggest individual investor in South Africa, before it was scooped up by Cavaleros.