Construction begins on Cape Town’s newest mixed-use building, The Rubik

Construction has begun on the corner of Loop and Riebeek Streets in Cape Town CBD as The Rubik, a new luxury mixed-used building, joins the city’s skyline.

The Rubik consists of luxury residential apartments above premium offices and high-end retail space, all housed within a highly distinctive modern glass clad ‘tiered’ building.

The apartments, penthouses, and offices within The Rubik feature floor-to-ceilings windows, 24-concierge security, state-of-the-art technology, luxury fittings and finishes, minimalist elements of elegant stone, glass, and wood, and lots of clean open spaces.

These features – coupled with the prime location and spectacular views over Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, and the ocean – offer highly desirable inner-city living, with prices starting from R2,18 million for a one-bedroom apartment, ranging up to the most expensive 249m2 penthouse apartment on the 25th floor for R16.35 million”, comments Lesley Rensburg, Dogon Group Sales agent for The Rubik.

Buyers who have an eye for contemporary design and premium architecture are drawn to this exceptional building in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, that offers all of the benefits of a centrally situated mixed-use development, coupled with luxurious finishes and spectacular views”, says Leah Sleigh, Sales Agent for The Rubik. 

Important to note for potentially interested parties is that the prices are set to increase from the beginning of July, and so now is the ideal time to invest in one of these exceptional units in the heart of Cape Town’s CBD”.

Developed by Abland, with co-investors, and designed by DHK Architects, The Rubik promises to be one of the future ‘Great City Addresses’. Once completed, 8 floors of pet-friendly apartments will sit atop 17 floors of premium office and retail space, including a restaurant, coffee shop and café. Residents will also enjoy a private rooftop terrace with pool and braai area.

To date the excavation and foundations have been completed, and work on the superstructure is proceeding apace. The Rubik is expected to be completed by March 2024.