Prime new commercial and industrial project managed by Intersect

Intersect, the sectional title subsidiary of the Spire Property Group has been awarded the management contract for Glenkey Mews, a light industrial sectional title scheme that is situated within the prime commercial and industrial development of Sheffield Business Park – also managed by Intersect. 
“The newly built Glenkey Mews is situated in a great location and consists of six units that average between 217 and 434 square metres in size – all secured by monitored access as the Sheffield Business Park itself has security controlled 24 hour access,” explains Martin Bester, Managing Director of Intersect. 
Sheffield Business Park is a 56-hectare development, situated on the corner of Lansdowne and Ottery and adjacent to the Spar distribution centre.  It is one of the largest single, multi-use commercial and industrial projects seen in the Cape in recent years and falls within the Lansdowne Corridor redevelopment programme – a government initiative focused on upgrading one of the busiest arterial commuting routes. 
“Intersect administer the Property Owners Association for Sheffield and now manage the Body Corporate for Glenkey Mews within the Park.” 
Antony Payne, developer of Glenkey Mews, says that he has been working with Intersect, who manage several of his companies’ properties, for several years.  “Intersect have always been a professional organisation and their experience and willingness to share their knowledge is a great ‘value-add’ to the developments that they manage.”  
For those needing custom manufacturing and light industrial space, Glenkey Mews, within the Sheffield Business Park, is one of the most attractive options currently in terms of location and value.  “Intersect are proud to be involved in this development and are confident that we can add value through our services and expertise,” concludes Bester.