Bordered by existing transport and road infrastructure, GreenReef is ideally placed to connect residents and business to new and existing opportunities.
Located within a few kilometres of OR Tambo, the location offers access to East Rand Mall, ERPM Golf Course and several business districts.
GreenReef is also earmarked as one of two options for the proposed expansion of the Gautrain network, meaning improved property prices and increased accessibility.
ALL ROADS LEAD TO GREENREEF
The estate is bordered by the R21, which currently provides direct access to OR Tambo International Airport as well as to the N12 and N17 highways.
The Ekurhuleni area has historically been cut off from surrounding highways, limiting development and leading to severe congestion, but GreenReef is set to benefit from expansion plans.
Road access will soon be supported by the PWV13 and PWV14 highways which are being built as part of SANRAL’s Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project. PWV14 will link the R21/N12 interchange in a westerly direction to the M2, while PWV13 will be the southerly link to the N3. Coupled with planned roads K127 and K92, the area is ready to expand.
With an estimated 30 000 daily passengers, and PRASA’s intention to expand the network, rail is set to become a crucial form of transport for many commuters.
GreenReef is placed to benefit from this growth. Located less than 5 kilometres from OR Tambo International Airport residents and business owners alike can explore numerous transport options.
A DEVELOPING NETWORK
GreenReef has been earmarked as a regional junction for all modes of transport, including trains, busses, taxis, cars and bicycles. It has been designed as a transport-orientated development (TOD)