Founded 1994 in Pretoria with its main focus on developing retail centres and commercial buildings.
Co-founded Attfund (Unlisted Regional Shopping Centre Fund) in 2002 - (43% owned by Atterbury Group) and sold to Hyprop in 2011.Formed Attacq (formerly known as Atterbury Investment Holdings) in 2005 with main assets shareholding in Attfund and development rights in other Atterbury developments.Acquired Waterfall Developments Rights from Islamic Institure in 2008.Acquired 50% in Bagatelle land, Mauritius, in 2009.Developed first regional shopping centre in Mauritius - opened September 2011.Currently employs more than a 100 people from a variety of professions. Attacq was listed in October 2013. Click here to visit the site.
Atterbury is equipped with its own in-house corporate services department.
Corporate services manages the Groups' compliance, administrative and statutory accounting requirements as well as handling and facilitating mergers, acquisitions and structuring deals. The department is also responsible for facilitating finance requirements and hedging risk as part of the asset management process.
For almost 20 years, Atterbury has been developing more than one million square metres of prime commercial, retail and residential property across South Africa and - more recently - the rest of the African continent.Atterbury's highly-skilled development team handles the entire development process for projects in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Mauritius and southern Africa.The total management approach spans the full development process, from land acquisition, to obtaining necessary rights and handling related environmental issues, to feasibility studies, and managing professional teams.
Atterbury Asset Managers (AAM) handles asset management for Atterbury as a whole, which allows for both insight and innovation in the creation of value from commercial retail property assets. AAM achieves its goals through:
Expansion of the balance sheet through strategic acquisitions, developments and capital expenditure projects;Redevelopment and optimising returns on existing assets; and Hands-on management of the property managers on-site.Assets continue to outperform market averages as evidenced by the Investment Property Databank (IPD) award.AAM currently holds several prestigious asset management contracts, including the management of the Attacq, Wingspan, Atterbury Africa and Abacus funds.