5 reasons to live at Melrose Arch
Melrose Arch is owned and managed by the Amdec Group. This means safety and security can be tightly controlled, and the latest sytsems and processes can be used to maximum effect. A centralised control centre forms the hub from where everything is monitored and managed. Some of the impressive security infrastructure you’ll find throughout the precinct includes 450 CCTV cameras, 90 panic buttons, 24/7 foot and mobile security controls, rapid response, paramedics on duty and a doctor on call.
Melrose Arch is a mixed-use development in the true sense of the word. It’s easy to see why it was voted South Africa’s Best Place to See and Be Seen, nine years in a row. Home to luxury apartments, high-end shops, premium office space and leisure options aplenty, all your daily needs are taken care of right on your doorstep.
Extensive wi-fi coverage and fibre connectivity mean fast, reliable internet provides the freedom to work from anywhere in the precinct while remaining contactable and in touch. Its scale and design also make Melrose Arch the perfect place to connect with people face to face. Whether it’s to conduct a business meeting, network, get a quick coffee or meet for drinks and inner – you can do it all right here.
Easily accessed from the M1 via two major arterials – Atholl-Oaklands Road and Corlett Drive – Melrose Arch is also close to Sandton and Rosebank, within easy reach of the Johannesburg CBD, a short drive from top schools and hospitals, and a convenient base from which to attend sports events at the Wanderers and Ellis Park. A regular Gautrain shuttle also makes life easier and cuts down on travel time.
Imagine not having to commute or waste time in traffic, not having to budget for car payments and fuel costs, dramatically cutting your carbon footprint and having more time to spend as you please –with the people who matter to you, by doing the things you enjoy, or simply doing nothing. This is the lifestyle you can expect when living, working and relaxing at Melrose Arch. Needing only a short walk within the precinct to connect you with all your daily needs – offices, restaurants, shops, banking, medical services, health clubs, entertainment – means your quality of life improves exponentially.