The Station is the brainchild of Bryprop (Brydens Property Group), a small, dynamic property development company with a large, impressive property portfolio.
As specialists in ‘green’ commercial, industrial and retail developments, Bryprop’s passion for sustainability is matched by its solid reputation and unique blend of skill, dedication, experience and reliability.
Bryprop (www.brydensgroup.com ), not only brought sectional title developments to Johannesburg and developed South Africa’s first 5- and 6-star small office buildings, but it is one of the founders of the listed REIT, Tower Properties Ltd – represented on its board and proud to be associated with the company’s success.
With a number of other divisions, including letting, marketing, building management and property advisory services, Bryprop is more than a property group, it’s a company with vision – constantly looking beyond foundations and walls to see possibility where others may just see property. Its latest venture, The Station, perfectly demonstrates this, delivering a development that’s as niche as it is inclusive, as affordably priced as it is premiumly appointed.
The Station is Bryprop at its best – leveraging the skills within the Group to create an affordable co-working environment that gives new businesses somewhere exceptional to start, expanding businesses somewhere extraordinary to grow and established businesses somewhere refreshing to think tank.
WHY THE STATION?
Not your typical office environment, The Station is a carefully curated community of flexible workspaces designed to encourage collaboration and inspire innovation.
Our fast, reliable Wi-Fi gives you the connectivity you need to put that double-shot-flat-white buzz to good use; and our business lounge provides busy individuals with the perfect place to read a newspaper, do some thinking or simply make the most of a little downtime.
We want to work with you, which is why we get to know you and your business so that we can offer you a workspace that is ‘bespoke’ rather than ‘cookie cutter’.