Installation of new swing bridge The upgraded swing bridge replaces the previous pedestrian walkway connecting the Pierhead Precinct with the Clock Tower Precinct to cope with footfall growth that has doubled with the new developments of the Silo District, as the most direct route to the heart of the Waterfront….


Second phase of the Cape Town Cruise Terminal is completed with the addition of reception and waiting areas, baggage handling services and immigration and customs facilities, as well as additional facilities necessary for the comfort of disembarking cruise liner passengers. Battery Park, a new urban park that forms the gateway…


Completion of the Silo District. After four years of development, Zeitz MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa) opened to the public in September 2017. The Radisson Red Hotel, housed in No. 6 Silo, also opened in September.


The Virgin Africa Classic Health Club, housed in No. 4 Silo, opens to the public. PwC and Werkmans move into No. 5 Silo in the Silo District. The Quayside Terraces project is completed, bringing new, permanent, glass-and-steel designed structure to the popular outdoor restaurants at Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre. Waterway…


Redevelopment of Kings Warehouse within the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre is completed, making space for two international retailers, Hamleys and H&M, both of which are the first stores in South Africa for the brands. The V&A Waterfront’s second phase of rental residential units, The Breakwater, is launched. A multi-use innovation…


The extension of the Two Oceans Aquarium is completed, which includes a new 1.5-million litre seawater tank for larger scale exhibitions at the aquarium. The Watershed opens. Construction begins on converting the historical grain silo at the V&A Waterfront into the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA), which…


Commercial and residential development on No. 1 and No. 2 Silo are completed. The redeveloped Pick n Pay opens in the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre. Reconfiguration of the old Pick n Pay space begins, with Cotton On and Mr Price moving in. Refurbishment of the old Blue Shed Craft Market…


A large-scale redevelopment of the Food Court in the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre is completed.


The boutique five-star Queen Victoria Hotel opens in June. The Clock Tower Shopping Centre refurbishment is completed in August, and includes a refreshed retail offering and triple-A office space. Construction begins on No. 1 Silo, which becomes the head office of Allan Gray.


The V&A Waterfront’s new fashion wing is launched at the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre. The Breakwater parking garage, Dock House Hotel, and the One&Only Hotel open to the public.


The South African head office for BP, extensions to Pick n Pay and Edgars retail space, and Phase Two of the Marina residential development are completed.


The Clock Tower Precinct (later renamed the Clock Tower District) is completed. This new district includes BoE (later Nedbank) offices, the Nelson Mandela Gateway, and the Clock Tower retail and office complex. Phase One of the V&A Marina residential development opens.