HALFWAY TO EVERYWHERE
The Location

The convenience of the city, right on your doorstep

The Foreshore district is about to erupt with all that a city should offer. New accommodation and hospitality offerings, restaurants, bars and nightclubs are being carefully designed and developed in this exceptional area.

And we haven’t been left out in the cold. Identifying these opportunities is a significant aspect of the Flyt strategy. With high-value and low-price at its core, WINK is a very exciting project in our portfolio.

WHAT TO SEE, VISITAND EXPERIENCE

Located in the heart of Cape Town’s Financial District and Foreshore, guests have access to the best that Cape Town has to offer.

Be it business, outdoor adventures, bucket-list tourist attractions, shopping or world-class cuisine, WINK is perfectly situated within walking distance of business and cultural hotspots and close to all major highways.

Business Hubs

CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE (CTICC)

As a multi-purpose conference and exhibition centre, the CTICC hosts most of Cape Town’s major conventions and events.

CORPORATE DISTRICT

Cape Town’s Foreshore and Roggebaai area are home to the biggest corporate head offices in Africa. The largest media corporation, Media 24, is an iconic landmark and more recently corporations such as Takealot.com, Investec, Standard Bank and FNB have rooted their head offices here.

CULTURAL AND TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

THE V&A WATERFRONT

The V&A Waterfront is one of Africa’s most visited destinations which attracts approximately 24 million visitors and tourists every year. The setting boasts Table Mountain as a dramatic backdrop, as well as extensive views of the ocean, city bowl and, in the distance, the mountain peaks of the Hottentots-Holland Mountains.

BREE STREET

Bree Street is undoubtedly the trendiest strip in Cape Town. The district has been a focus for development in recent years, bringing new restaurants, cocktail bars, art galleries, workspaces and coffee spots to the area.

LONG STREET

The oldest party street in Cape Town, Long Street is famous as a lively local hangout. The street is lined with many book stores, local restaurants and bars, nightclubs and late-night hangouts.