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The forward-thinking developers of 106 Adderley have transformed the space into affordable living for students (StudentAtHome) and young professionals (ExecAtHome), in the most iconic street and in the heart of the Mother City.

“Comfort is important for all tenants and we pride ourselves on a level of comfort to suit all the guests’ needs, hence bridging the gap between being at home and the big wide world,” explains Emily Whitefield CEO of StudentAtHome and ExecAtHome.

From studio apartments to single rooms or even sharing a space, StudentAtHome offers the ideal home away from home, fully-stocked with all amenities perfect for student living. Micro-apartments is the new international trend to hit South Africa, making living in the CBD accessible for students.

“Private student accommodation is a growing property opportunity in SA, with over 30 000 students currently living in the city centre,” explains Emily.

More and more students choose to live away from campus as they want to live in the city where everything is nearby and close enough to university. An interior designer’s dreams, ExecAtHome are New York style urban chic apartments in Cape Town’s city centre.

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Each room modern and balanced, inspired by past and present icons such as Oprah Winfrey, Obama, Dalai Lama and more – with beautifully painted murals by well-known local artist, Brian Rolfe.

Adderley Street is the most famous street in Cape Town, located near all main public transport terminals, shopping malls and universities and colleges.

“Our ethos is about giving back and providing affordable accommodation for students and young adults within the city centre,” says Emily.

StudentAtHome is fully-stocked with all amenities perfect for student living, includes a bed, desk, cupboard, TV and kitchen equipment such as pots, pans, cutlery, crockery, kettle, fridge and microwave.

All apartments have their own standard bathroom with shower, basin and toilet. The premises are monitored by 24 hour CCTV cameras as well as security guards, supplied with DSTV and facilitated by a fibre line, allowing students and young professionals to communicate and undertake research at ease.

[Adapted from StudentAtHome press release.]