VISITORS & TRANSPORT

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Braamfontein is a day/night, seven-day destination. Shopping: Most of the stores are open weekdays from 9am to 6pm, and 9am to 3pm on weekends (although a few are closed on Sundays).

Neighbourgoods Market: Saturdays are particularly lively, with a large inflow of visitors to the market, which is open from 9am to 3pm.
Dining: Many restaurants trade at night, particularly Wednesdays through Saturdays.
First Thursdays night trade: art galleries and many stores are open until 9pm on the first Thursday of every month – also a very lively social scene.

There is pay-and-display parking throughout Braamfontein’s streets – including De Beer, Juta, De Korte, Melle and Reserve streets. There is the Arbour Square public parking garage, located on the corner of Juta and Melle streets (entrance in Juta Street).

Absoulutely! It’s home to Joburg’s first-ever cycle lanes. There are bike locks located throughout the district.

SHOPPING, DINING & ENTERTAINMENT

There are Standard Bank and Nedbank ATMs located on Melle Street (between Juta and De Korte streets).

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SPACE TO LET

Yes, please see the commercial space-to-let page on this website by clicking here.

Yes, please see the residential space-to-let page on this website by clicking here.

The Neighbourgoods Market is open Saturdays from 9am until 3pm. Click here to download an application form

FILMING & PRESS

Yes, but you’ll need permission. Please contact Josef Talotta on josef@staysouthpoint.co.za

Please contact Josef Talotta on josef@staysouthpoint.co.za

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