Triangle House

Triangle House, originally known as Safmarine House, is a 104-metre-tall building in , . Construction work began in 1991 and it was completed in 1993 by Murray & Roberts Construction, now known as Concor at a cost of US$6,000,000. it was the last skyscraper built in Cape Town until the completion of the Portside Tower 21 years later in 2014.

Landmarks in the Area

Commercial building
1 Thibault Square, formally known as the LG Building and originally known as the BP Centre… Photo: Discott, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
Koopmans-de Wet House is a former residence and current museum in Strand Street, , . is situated 240 meters southwest of Triangle House. Photo: Raymond.ellis, CC0.

Museum
The South African Sendinggestig Museum was established in 1977 and is currently situated in the centre of , , . is situated 320 meters southwest of Triangle House. Photo: Jaline1632, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Memorial
The Cenotaph is a on Heerengracht Street in . is situated 410 meters east of Triangle House. Photo: Mike Peel, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
Schotsche Kloof is a neighborhood in the City Bowl of , .

Suburb
The Foreshore is an area in , South Africa, situated between the historic city centre and the modern Port of Cape Town. is situated 1½ km east of Triangle House. Photo: Dewet, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Suburb
Devil's Peak Estate is a suburb of , in the area known as the City Bowl. is situated 2 km south of Triangle House.

Suburb
Woodstock is a suburb of , , between the docks of and the lower slopes of Devil's Peak, about 1 kilometre east of the city centre of Cape Town. is situated 2½ km southeast of Triangle House. Photo: Kierano, CC BY 3.0.

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