MEDIA RELEASE FROM N4 GATEWAY
25 March 2010
Flexibility and highway exposure key features of new mini-units at N4 Gateway
Warehousing and logistical operations looking for accessible, flexible premises to serve the Pretoria, Limpopo and Mpumalanga markets will soon have a fresh option at the R350 million N4 Gateway light industrial park with the launch of mini- and midi-units in June 2010.
Developed by Uniqon, the 46 hectare park offers exceptional accessibility to the N1, N4, Hans Strydom Drive and Bronkhorstspruit Road, making it a natural choice for operations that service the Pretoria, Mpumalanga and Limpopo markets.
“Our development vision is to create modern, bright and upmarket units that are above all functional for their users,” says Theuns Botha, spokesperson for Uniqon.
“These new mini- and midi-units enjoy exceptional freeway visibility onto the busy N4, with prominent highway exposure.”
A key advantage is that the units are designed with user flexibility in mind.
Starting at 400sqm to 600sqm, the units are available either to lease or to buy on a sectional title basis, and can be combined to meet tenant requirement. An innovative feature is the glass shop front and mezzanine in each unit, making it ideal for receiving clients.
Each unit also offers its own office component, ablutions and kitchenette, as well as signage rights.
Exceptional security and a guaranteed supply of electricity are all competitive advantages for the park, but N4 Gateway offers additional value-adds that distinguish it from traditional industrial parks.
A unique part of the development is the regeneration of a neglected wetlands on the park’s eastern boundary.
“We felt that rehabilitating the wetland would preserve an important green lung that would feature new, indigenous plants which would help restore the wetland’s function and flora diversity,” explains Botha.
Uniqon have also taken on the upgrading of certain roads around the Hans Strijdom and N4 intersections.
“Our development approach is to make N4 Gateway part of the solution to development issues in the area,” he explains.
“Plans include new traffic lights, the creation of exclusive turning lanes, and additional slip lanes.”
For more information about N4 Gateway, visit www.n4gateway.co.za or contact Theuns Botha 082 560 7186.