Located on Main Road in Claremont, Draper on Main is in the heart of the financial district in the Southern suburbs, and boasts majestic views of Table Mountain. It is within walking distance of Virgin Active, Pick n Pay, Woolworths, and Cavendish Shopping Centre. The public transport hub, provides commuters with taxi’s, busses and trains. Draper on Main is a mixed-use development situated in the bustling area of Claremont. It has great visibility from a pedestrian and vehicular route perspective. At the heart of the project, is an existing heritage building structure and this has been the driving factor in creating the shape and flow of this new mixed-use building’s attributes. The site accommodates four storeys of offices above four levels of structured parking, a ground floor and mezzanine retail level and two basement parking levels. Parking: 168 Covered Bays Single Bay - R1700.00/month Tandem Bay - R1100.00/month This A grade building boasts glass facades and modern and durable finishes, complemented by upper terraces. With brilliant views, the building also has a double volume main entrance and atriums to the ground floor lobby. The main entrance to the building identifies the human scale and incorporates a restaurant at street level, recreating a personal street-scape. The open-plan floor plates create the flexibility to sub-divide the space to accommodate your requirements, while the green features provide attractive savings in operating costs and help to reduce your business’s carbon footprint. The building offers four spacious levels of office area, together with ample basement and structured parking, excellent security and the following additional features: ⁄⁄ Natural light permeating into the building ⁄⁄ Excellent exposure ⁄⁄ Excellent signage opportunities The building uses high-efficiency LED light fittings and is designed in accordance with the average lux level and light intensities as stipulated by the GBCSA. This provides a uniform light level with minimum power usage. The DALI lighting system controls the switching and dimming of the office lights via daylight and occupancy sensors. This reduces energy consumption and provides optimum light levels at all times. The parking area lighting is controlled by a combination of motion sensors and timed circuits, for safety. All metering is software integrated, meaning that there is online monitoring of all energy consumption in the building. The building air conditioning system uses a centralised, chilled water plant that meets the required cooling demand throughout the year. Equipped with ice storage tanks to store energy overnight, the building’s electricity bill is therefore drastically reduced.