TOP OF BROADWAY
Exclusivity in The heart of The Broadway Precinct
Situated in the much sought after Northern Suburb of Durban North’s “BROADWAY PRECINCT”, these Executive Offices, and Exclusive Coffee Boutique, offer state of the Art Access Technology, with High Tech Video Analytical Security. Top Of Broadway Executive Offices the sought after Business Premises. The views of the Indian Ocean, and walking distance to Banks, and the CBD of The Broadway Precinct, well situated on The Corner of Kenneth Kaunda (Northway) one of the main access routes into Durban, and Swapo Road (Broadway) leading into The Broadway Precinct, and down onto the M4 highway, which is a main traffic route to the South, as well as the North.
The Executive Offices are located on the corner of Swapo Road (Broadway) and
Kenneth Kaunda Road (Northway).
Swapo Road, which is a main collector road of some
30 metres in width, connects the arterial road Kenneth Kaunda Road to the Ruth First Highway (M4) in the east via an interchange.
The M4 is the main inner Highway with traffic flowing to the South (passing the Moses Madiba Stadium), and North to Umhlanga and the Natal North Coast.
The Eco Estates of Zimbali and Zimbiti are only
30 minutes drive.
Although the property address is 154 Kenneth Kaunda Road, it takes its access off Swapo Road
(THE BROADWAY PRECINCT).
The upper reaches of Swapo Road forms part of the Broadway Node which basically runs along the upper reaches of Swapo Road and along portions of Adelaide Tambo (Kensington) Drive from the intersection.
The node also intrudes into the nearby flanking roads. Swapo Road is a divided road with extensive on street parking and with speed reduction measures achieved by means of traffic circles on a number of the intersecting side roads.
The site which still contains part of the typical old Durban North house with Victorian Arches enhanced by the retention of the original stained glass feature. The Property slopes gently and uniformly down from Kenneth Kaunda Road with Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church and Convent School in The West, and the beautiful Indian Ocean in the East.
The Broadway Precinct of Durban North was zoned in September 2004 to Special Zone 109 in order to accommodate both the existing shops many long standing and then spread along the then Broadway and Kensington Drive, but in addition also to accommodate a need for the expansion of the then shopping core and to fulfil a need for the decentralization of offices to the suburbs.