Tambo Exchange is Inospace’s largest Johannesburg park with 25,500m²of cutting-edge commercial space. The park sits on the doorstep of OR Tambo International Airport which plays a critical role in South African trade and industry.
Tambo Exchange was renamed to honour the memory of one of South Africa’s national heroes, Oliver Reginald Tambo, just like the neighbouring airport - previously known as Jan Smuts Airport. The park’s other neighbour, Emperors Palace Hotel Casino Convention Resort, is one of the country’s largest casinos. It offers multiple dining options, movie theatres, entertainment venues and world-class conference facilities. Today Tambo Exchange is a collection of five expansive buildings boasting offices, studios, warehousing, logistics, storage, workshops and studio space. Most spaces benefit from large windows, ample parking, large roller shutter doors, spacious office suites and generous heights. The expansive logistics and mixed-use parks comprise over forty units, in six buildings and with seven internal roadways. The high-tech business hub offers an onsite café, meeting rooms, Zoom booths, and hotdesking spaces. Other facilities include a communal kitchen, an outdoor wooden deck, as well as networking and social pause areas.
Situated in one of Gauteng’s key nodes, Tambo Exchange is ideally located in the heart of South Africa’s commercial and industrial hub. It has excellent road infrastructure linking it to Johannesburg, Pretoria and the national road network.
Tambo Exchange is located in a light industrial node next to OR Tambo International Airport with easy access to the R24, R21 and N3 highways. Other nearby areas include Kempton Park, Edenvale, Boksburg and Benoni. The nearby Gautrain’s rapid rail system links the area with Sandton, Johannesburg CBD, Midrand and Pretoria CBD.