Hundreds of social housing units in Turffontein were launched today by Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba, and MMC for Housing, Meshack Van Wyk.
The 525 homes cost R191-million and were developed by the city’s housing entity JOSHCO (Johannesburg Social Housing Company).
In a statement Mashaba explained that he was pleased with the outcomes.
“Each block has an inner courtyard with a play area for children. There is also ample space for parking in the precinct and a biometric access control system with technological advanced neighbourhoods that have access to recreational facilities and amenities,” Mashaba said.
“This cosmopolitan project consists of one-bedroom and two-bedroom communal rental units targeting people earning between R1 500 and R15 000 a month,” said Mashaba.