A BOUTIQUE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
Crescent Road is a boutique residential development, designed by Robert Silke. Located on Crescent Road in the lush Claremont area, the building is designed with the occupier in mind. With unmatched luxuries and expansive views of the mountain and city. The development consists of 20 two-bedroom apartments – ranging from 75m2 to 90m2, as well as two incredible duplex penthouses situated on the top floor.
All apartments boast top quality finishes and fittings. The top floor holds a rooftop pool and a communal space, including a braai area, for the owners of the building.
IN THE SOUTHERN
DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT &
Robert Silke is more than an architect; he is a passionate artist with an eye for beauty that is unsurpassed. Listening to his eloquent recounts of the designs that he creates, you are captivated and enthralled, eager to live in the world that he creates.
Crescent Road is a development set aside from anything else that exists in the Southern Suburbs. Every apartment has been designed with its unique features in mind, maximising these as far as possible. “It has a sense of personal and individual identity. Every apartment is unique and designed to optimise each home’s unique space, no two apartments in the building are identical. There are subtle variations that make each one personalised. Our team has worked hard to achieve the perfect spec,” says Silke.
THE DEVELOPMENT TEAM
Warren Adler and Peter Blyth bring a holistic approach to development, applying this across multiple residential developments they have brought to life.
This holistic approach to development begins in a unique journey of inspiration for each project, truly immersing themselves in the property culture, often internationally, and absorbing the latest lifestyle trends and building nuances. This was the precursor to Crescent Road, a boutique residential development earmarked to pay homage to the fundamentals of what property development should represent – a development designed around the needs of the occupier.