CALL ALL DEVELOPERS !! LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION !! Prime stand on the market on The Bult in Potchefstroom in the heart of student land!! Already surrounded by blocks of flats for student accommodation, this makes it one of the most ideal stands for housing for students or a business. Walking distance from the famous Aardklop Ground and Main University. Potchefstroom is known as the North-West Province's "Home of Sport". The provincial headquarters of 17 of the most important sports are situated in the city. The City Council places a high priority on the establishment, maintenance and upgrading of the sport facilities under its control, especially to meet the variety of sporting and recreational needs of its youthful community. Potchefstroom has hosted two world cup winning teams, cricket and football respectively, and has thus become the home away from home to many international athletes and teams. Potchefstroom is the only place in the world with a perfect balance between altitude training and quality training at 1,400 m. Another reason for the favoured conditions is that Potch (shortened name) has no large factories, which means that the city has excellent air quality. The city also boasts one of the lowest crime rates in South Africa. All of this is perfect for international athletes. Athletes and professional sports teams train at the HPI (High Performance Institute of Sport) of the North-West University Cricket is a very popular sport, with Senwes Park being the Home of Cricket for the Highveld Lions Potchefstroom is home to, among other things, five tertiary institutions and 30 schools, as well as numerous research bureaus and training centres. These include: The North-West University, a merged tertiary educational institution that was created on 1 January 2004, with campuses at Potchefstroom, Mafikeng and Vanderbijlpark. The Potchefstroom Campus (formerly the Potchefstroomse Universiteit vir Christelike Hoër Onderwys, founded in 1869) is the largest and the head office of the University is situated there. With its merged status, the North-West University became one of the bigger universities in South Africa with approximately 32,000 students (full-time and distance education students) and is still growing. The Potchefstroom College of Education, originally the Normal College, which was founded in 1919. Initially the College was housed in galvanised iron buildings on the same premises as the Potchefstroom High School for Boys, and it moved to its present location in 1923. The College of Education was incorporated with the University on 1 January 2001. The Technical College Potchefstroom, founded in 1939 when the Union Education Department started "continuation classes". The annual increase in student numbers bears testimony to the important role played by this tertiary body. The Agricultural Centre, previously known as the Experimental Farm (1902) and Agricultural College (1939), is the largest single agricultural service point on one terrain in Southern Africa. The centre houses the headquarters of the Highveld Region of the Department Agriculture, the Grain Crops Institute as well as the Agricultural College with its modern training facilities. GREATEST INVESTMENT EVER!!