Attacq’s The Ingress development welcomes PSG Wealth

Attacq, PSG Wealth, Ingress

Attacq Limited has announced that PSG Wealth is set to move into one of its new developments, The Ingress.

PSG Wealth will be taking up residency in Building 1 of The Ingress, a four-storey building comprising of 4 376 square meters. The lease will commence in August 2019. PSG is the latest in a long line of blue-chip firms choosing to make Waterfall home.

The Ingress is a five-building office precinct in close proximity to the Mall of Africa and Allandale road. It is the latest in a long line of developments that include the iconic PwC Tower, BMW Regional Distribution Centre, Cummins head office and currently under construction, Deloitte Headquarters, to name a few. The new office precinct will offer a high-quality corporate office park experience which will encompass the very best in urban design and sustainability principles.

Marilize Lansdell, CEO of PSG Wealth comments:

Our vision is to be one of South Africa’s leading wealth managers and we want our offices to have the appropriate stature, visibility and ease of access. Waterfall’s close proximity to the surrounding business nodes, airports and infrastructure was a key consideration, as was ease of access for our employees and the convenience of the multi-use complex which offers a wide variety of amenities.”

The Ingress prioritises a number of green building focused measures, such as green infused shading and paving.  All buildings within the precinct include alternate glass solutions, flush glazing, external louvres and deep-set windows. Combined, these components work to ensure that all buildings perform to the highest environmental standards.

Melt Hamman, Chief Executive Officer of Attacq concludes:

We are delighted to welcome PSG Wealth to the Ingress and thank them for their vote in confidence. With some of world’s most prestigious consulting institutions making their way to our City, I think it’s fair to say that Waterfall is fast establishing itself as an important financial hub for the country.”