The V&A Waterfront is a globally recognised premier tourist destination in South Africa, offering residents and visitors unparalleled natural beauty, superb shopping opportunities and a plethora of attractions. Favoured by an elite community, V&A Waterfront apartments for sale embody exclusivity and sophistication with the benefits of astonishing views of the City Centre, Table Mountain or the Atlantic Ocean.

V&A Waterfront property is mainly comprised of high-end apartments and penthouses with access to the marina and private docks for yachts and jet boats. Many state-of-the-art apartment buildings include superior features such as swimming pools, gyms, concierges and 24-hour security. There are a host of apartment types to choose from, ranging from modest single-bedroom flats to extravagant 4 bedroom residences. With convenient access to some of Cape Town’s best restaurants, entertainment facilities and shops, real estate on the V&A Waterfront offers superior return on investment. Pam Golding Properties also offers a large number of Cape Town Waterfront accommodation and long-term rental options for both local and international travellers seeking top-quality facilities and amenities. Whether intended for residential or rental purposes, you’re sure to find a place to call your own in the beautiful area in Cape Town

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Explore V&A Waterfront

Fantastic food

Fantastic food

The V&A Waterfront has over 80 eateries to choose from, all of which are on your doorstep. 



The marina is a hub of maritime activity, home to super yachts and tourist boats offering sunset cruises and fishing opportunities. 



Take the family out on an air charter to explore Cape Town from the skies, go beneath the ocean at the Two Oceans Aquarium or catch a film festival at the Cinema Nouveau. There is an endless supply of things to see and do at the V&A Waterfront.



Visit the historic Robben Island on a ferry from the V&A Waterfront or take a short drive to the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway for breath-taking views of the city.

Living in V&A Waterfront

Areas near to V&A Waterfront

Bakoven, Bantry Bay, Camps Bay, City Bowl, Clifton, De Waterkant, Devil’s Peak, Foreshore, Fresnaye, Green Point, Hout Bay, Mouille Point, Sea Point,


While there are no schools within the V&A Waterfront itself, there are great private primary and secondary schools in neighbouring areas such as Green Point, Sea Point and the City Bowl.


The V&A Waterfront mall offers over 450 outlets, from supermarkets and designer boutiques to speciality stores. Owning a property here means you’ll be within easy walking distance of this world-renowned shopping mecca.


New Somerset Hospital is 5 minutes away and Christiaan Barnard Hospital in the Cape Town CBD also offers a range of specialised treatments.


Cape Town International Airport is 25 minutes away and the V&A Waterfront provides easy access to Cape Town’s major highways.

V&A Waterfront’s Silo district

The final phase of the V&A Waterfront’s Silo district is on track for an early 2017 completion at a substantial investment of R1.5 billion. The district is already home to multiple award-winning No 1 and No 2 Silo developments, and is the location of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) currently being developed in the Grain Silo complex. This will bring the total investment by V&A Waterfront shareholders, Growthpoint and the Government Employee Pension Fund, managed by the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), to over R2.5 billion.

Four new developments will introduce over 35,000m2 of mixed use, sustainable developments including new corporate offices, a residential development, a Virgin Active Classic Health Club and a mid-range internationally branded hotel, plus over 1050 additional parking bays. When completed, approximately 2 500 people will work at the Silo district daily. In a 2012 economic impact study that is currently being updated, the expected nominal contribution to GDP from future developments is R28 billion by 2023.


For example Camps Bay or Mauritius