The Polofields released to market
The Polofields, in Waterfall, Midrand, has been launched to the market by developer Balwin, which focuses on large scale sectional-title residential estates in high-growth, high-density metropolitan nodes in major cities. It is Balwin’s first development in Waterfall. The company last year acquired development rights in Waterfall, where it will build about 15,500 sectional title flats over an eight-to 10-year period. The development rights include three separate land parcels. The Polofields will comprise 1,512 sectional title, upmarket flats. Balwin founder and CEO Steve Brookes says: “Waterfall is a high growth node in Gauteng and one of the most desirable areas to be developing in.”.
The flats are certified with the Green Building Council of SA on the basis of energy, water efficiency and building material sustainability. Prices range from R2,029,900 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom flat to R2,129,900 for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit. The estate is Wi-Fi enabled and includes elements such as a gym, restaurant, laundromat, spa, squash court, cinema room, pool, eco car wash and a yoga deck.