Silo District: An art lover’s paradise

Whether you’re attending the latest exhibition at Zeitz MOCAA, browsing the latest African design at Southern Guild, the Silo district is a space where all creative expression is welcomed and celebrated. It is also home to restaurants, bars, hotels, and blue-chip office space. Hop across the road from the Silo District to the Cruise Terminal to experience a true taste of SA cuisine while supporting budding food entrepreneurs at Makers Landing.

Silo District

The popular Zeitz MOCAA, Africa’s first contemporary museum is one of the leading attractions in the area, followed by the picturesque Silo hotel with the recognisable pane windows that bulge out as well as the vibrant new concept hotel experience, Raddison RED Hotel, Africa’s first.

Zeitz & Silo Hotel - Heatherwick Studio_Credit_Iwan Baan_Exterior

Makers Landing is a local food destination comprising of a business incubator and food emporium where you can taste a variety of cuisines and beverages, from African dishes, Indian street food, to delicious desserts a quick coffee or cold beer while enjoying views of the harbour. The aim is to act as a catalyst for creating employment, transferring skills through our planned incubator programme, and nurturing and growing SMMEs. Small start-ups and suppliers of food will work alongside experienced players, and in this way, they will gain first-hand knowledge from watching and learning from them.

Makers Landing - Silo Distict

No.1 and No.2 Silo

The Vision was to develop a unique landmark mixed use office, residential & retail building which focuses on delivering world class accommodation and office space with a vibrant new public space around the historic Grain Silo.

The design of No.1 Silo office building was awarded a 6-star ‘Green Star SA’ rating by the Green Building Council of South Africa. It is South Africa’s largest green office building and only the second in South Africa to be awarded this covetable rating. No.1 Silo is home to Allan Gray.

No.2 Silo is the V&A Waterfront’s first residential development since completion of the prestigious V&A Marina, and one with sustainability at its core.

It is the first residential development in South Africa assessed using the Green Building Council of South Africa’s (GBCSA) version 1 rating tool achieving a 4-star Green Rating.

No.3 and No.4 Silo

No. 3 and 4 Silo can be viewed as interconnected but are functionally quite separate with separate entrances.

No 3 Silo is the V&A Waterfront’s most recent residential development. Situated on Silo Square, with spectacular view lines across the City and Table Mountain, the Port and Harbour and the V&A Waterfront, No 3 Silo has been designed to integrate aesthetically into its physical and cultural environment.

In keeping with the V&A Waterfront’s philosophy, the 79 sectional title-unit development (1-,2-,3- bedroom units and penthouses) has sustainability at its core whilst ensuring the highest level of comfort for its residents.

No 4 Silo forms part of the greater Silo Precinct in the V&A Waterfront and is occupied by the Virgin Active Collection Gym.

No.5 Silo

No.5 Silo the most desirable business and leisure address in the V&A Waterfront.

The mixed-use development is within easy walking distance from the all the attractions in the Waterfront as well as the CBD. The development includes corporate offices, residential units, hotels and retail space – all constructed using cutting-edge sustainability principles.