Feeling peckish? A visit to The Deli is a must, especially since this convenient eatery has now been brought under the auspices of Nineteen (XIX) at the Clubhouse, our Saxon-managed restaurant.
Along with the change in management comes a number of exciting new developments. For instance, residents will now be able to purchase a range of basic provisions, while a selection of delicatessen goods is also available. Extended opening hours (7am to 7pm, seven days a week) mean that dinner is taken care of, even if you arrive home late and have forgotten the basics. Groceries and treats – like ice creams, drinks and sweets – will also be on sale.
For diners, the menu is receiving an update with light breakfast options, a fresh take on lunchtime dishes, a special range of health smoothies, and Nespresso premium blended coffee.
Excited though we are about the new innovations at The Deli, it is with sadness that we bid farewell to Pat Tarr, owner of the Broadacres Spar, who has been managing the eatery since Steyn City welcomed its first residents.
Travelling to and from Steyn City is set to become much easier, with the second phase of the William Nicol Drive upgrade now underway.
The R576 million upgrade was announced on 23 February by Ismail Vadi, MEC for Roads and Transport.
The upgrade entails improvements to William Nicol Drive as far as the N14 highway, where the road connects with the newly upgraded M26 to Pretoria West. This positions it to become a major arterial route. The project further encompasses upgrades of several interchanges, including Rose Interchange, as well as the bridge over the Diepsloot River.
The project is scheduled for completion in September 2017.
The upgrade has tremendous safety and mobility implications for our workforce, many of whom commute daily from Diepsloot. The increased road capacity will also be welcomed by residents working in Midrand, Centurion and Pretoria.
Speaking at the project’s launch, Mr Vadi thanked Steyn City, which has provided funding for the upgrade, for playing a critical role in this key public/private partnership.
Steyn City has recently augmented its already impressive security suite with the ClickOn visitor management system.
The system is to be implemented at the gatehouses, where it will enable visitors to automatically dial through to a resident to confirm access, with the help of a security officer. With access confirmed, a ClickOn Visitor’s Pass, complete with entry code, will be printed. The security officer will then scan the visitor’s driver’s licence and licence disc, as well as the access pass, after which they will be required to enter their access code on the ClickOn keypad.
Only on acceptance of the code will they be granted entry to the estate. On leaving Steyn City, the visitor will be required to enter a code onto the keypad before they progress to the first boom. They may be subject to a random inspection by the security officers before being allowed through the second boom.
This is the latest addition to a sophisticated system driven by a specially trained, 140-member team and dog unit. Technology in use includes facial recognition, integrated biometric RFID tag and licence plate recognition, access control technology, perimeter thermal cameras, intrusion detection technology and audio feed on the boundary walls.
Our latest offering, 65 on Park, is starting to take shape. Launched last year, the development presents 60 sectional title clusters, located in our Park Ridge suburb.
With magnificent views over the golf course, as far as the Magaliesberg, these ‘lock up and go’ homes are ideal for those who wish to establish themselves in Steyn City, or who are looking to simplify their lives.
With the platforms having been cut, and landscaping now underway, 10 of the homes have already been purchased. Completion is scheduled for mid-2017. For those seeking an enviable Steyn City address without the hassle of building, 65 on Park may just be the perfect solution.
Contact the Steyn City sales office on 010 597 1300.
Join us for a family feast on Easter Sunday (28 March).
XIX Restaurant is hosting our first Easter celebration with an á la carte menu for residents and guests.
Diners can look forward to a selection of delectable dishes, with lunch price at R450. Children’s menu available on request. Bookings to be made via email email@example.com
OR Enjoy an outdoor picnic in Mandela Park on Easter Sunday
The Deli is providing picnic hampers for families who wish to spend the day enjoying the outdoors. For the children, there will be an Easter egg hunt.
Pack your picnic blanket and brolly! To order your picnic hampers – contact firstname.lastname@example.org / pricing available on order.
The English cricket team may have been soundly beaten during their T20 international tour, but the visit to South Africa ended on a high note with a game of golf at the Steyn City 18 hole championship Nicklaus Design golf course.
Jos Buttler gave the estate a glowing endorsement: “Fun morning at Steyn City! Thanks for having us, great course.”