About the Park
Located in the vibrant Umhlanga Ridge New Town Centre, three Green Star rated office developments – Lincoln On The Lake, Mayfair On The Lake & The Boulevard – all offer three levels of P-grade office accommodation, with retail premises at ground floor level. Situated within a thriving new urban environment, the offices are linked by a central landscaped courtyard with pedestrian access.
Overlooking the very popular landscaped gardens of Chris Saunders Park, the area is home to several established national clients.
Location is an outstanding feature of this office park as it is close to all major amenities in the area and offers easy access to all major transport routes. Nearby amenities include a variety of restaurants, Gateway shopping centre, banks, hotels, gyms and more, with close proximity to sought-after residential suburbs such as La Lucia, Umhlanga Rocks, Prestondale, and Mount Edgecombe.
Additional features of these three buildings include flexible office space, impressive interiors, ample on-site parking, showers, changerooms and bicycle storage facilities to encourage alternative forms of transport.
With 4 Star Green Star ratings, clients enjoy several green benefits, including cost savings on utility bills.
Each building features a high-performance glass façade and high-efficiency LED light fittings. This provides a uniform light level with minimum energy usage. The lighting throughout the building is linked to occupancy sensors, which reduces energy consumption while always maintaining optimum light levels. The parking area lighting is also controlled with dimmable motion sensors. All metering is linked to a central system that allows online energy usage monitoring.
The buildings’ air-conditioning system has a full economy cycle, which means it supplies fresh air to cool the space when external conditions are favourable. This ensures fresh air supply is in line with occupancy levels while reducing energy usage and increasing staff productivity.
In addition, the buildings harvest rainwater, which reduces water consumption significantly.