The development of The Precinct in Grand Baie, Mauritius, is set to bring a new standard in the way businesses work and connect on the island.
Developed by Mauritius based Gateway Real Estate Africa (“GREA”) at an estimated cost of US$ 31 million (MUR 1.2 billion), The Precinct offers a futureproof design that can accommodate corporate tenants’ fluctuating space needs in addition to catering for the gig economy with rentable desks, access to shared boardroom and conference facilities as well as individual work pods.
Sustainability and employee wellness are further key differentiators, aimed at creating a sense of community through unique lifestyle offerings.
Commenting on the development of The Precinct, co-founder and CEO of GREA, Greg Pearson, said:
“The pandemic has forever changed our perspectives around integrating work, lifestyle and the environment. The design of The Precinct is revolutionary in that it will combine work, wellness, and a social lifestyle through well considered and contemporary spaces.
The amenities offered at The Precinct are unrivalled in Mauritius and respond to both the global move to morph the workplace into many functionalities and to the Island’s business culture.
Real estate development forms an integral part of the Mauritius Government’s economic recovery plan. At the same time well-being is now very much at the top of many employees’ agendas. Tenants are moving towards creating a sense of community and how they can improve the whole office and work experience for their employees – with a focus on lively eateries, boutique retail outlets and lifestyle offerings that promote wellness and balance.”
Publication: This Week News