70 Juta - Play Braamfontein

Johannesburg, 70 Juta Street, Braamfontein

Play Braamfontein is a property development company dedicated to making a positive impact on the urban landscape of Johannesburg. Over the last eight years, Adam Levy has been creating spaces in which individuals with the same vision and passion for the city can live, work and play. These include developments at 62, 68, 70 and 73 Juta Street, 153 and 155 Smit Street, 6 De Beer Street, The Milner Park and The Alexander Theatre.

Formerly the old army surplus store, the building at 70 Juta Street officially opened its doors on 7 November 2010. It contains 15 petite creative spaces in the single-storey building, which is on the corner of Juta and De Beer streets. The building was converted by architect Bryan Dunstan of BD Studio and houses office spaces of 16m² and retail space of 22m². 62 Juta Street has been transformed into two floors of offices and three penthouse apartments housing The French Institute and the Stevenson Gallery on the ground floor.

Galleries, shops and creative space included at 70 Juta precinct:

- Aware
- BAMBAM Online
- Co-Op
- Downtown Creative Agency
- DecoFile
- Dokter and Misses
- Lomography
- NewClr
- Post Breakfast and Lunch
- Play Braamfontein
- Room
- Remedy Design
- Stevenson Johannesburg
TwentyTwo

Adam Levy, Carl Ascroft

1st Floor
6 de Beer Street
Braamfontein
Johannesburg

Tags:
studio/work space contemporary design/craft gauteng