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OPENING SOON: The Umhlanga Arch

THE official ground breaking of Durban’s iconic Umhlanga Arch took place last week. The R1.3-billion project is being developed by The Multiply Group, and will cover 45,000 square metres, including 163 apartments.

The Umhlanga Arch will be positioned on the slopes of Umhlanga’s Ridgeside. The mixed-use and people-centred property residential, commercial and hospitality facilities, boasts an arch with views of the coastline. The developers have teamed up with Rembrothers and Charles Thompson and Chris and Pierre du Toit.

“Following the tremendous successful launch of our residential phase and office spaces, we are thrilled to get going with the construction of Umhlanga Arch. Leading up to this moment has been nothing short of extraordinary, from record rate sales to being awarded as the best marketed development in South Africa for 2017.”

“As we take this step forward, we are delighted to share that we have appointed Wilson Bailey Homes (WBHO) as our contractor and can confirm that ABSA bank will be financing our remarkable project,” said Chris du Toit, developer representative of Umhlanga Arch.

He added, “Breaking ground is a significant moment, as we believe that our iconic development is going to change the landscape of Durban and set a whole new precedent, not only in the property industry, but also with regard to the lifestyle the area has to offer.”

“Our goal is to ensure that Umhlanga Arch delivers on creating a one-of-a-kind lifestyle; although we are in the early stages, we look forward to revealing our plans with you in the near future,” said Renzo Scribante, founder of the Rembrothers Group.