Marble Towers

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Marble Towers
General information
Status Complete
Type Multi use, office
Location 208-212 Jeppe Street, Johannesburg, South Africa
Coordinates 26°12′07″S 28°02′51″E / 26.201827°S 28.047495°E / -26.201827; 28.047495Coordinates: 26°12′07″S 28°02′51″E / 26.201827°S 28.047495°E / -26.201827; 28.047495
Opening 1973
Owner Sanlam
Roof 152.1 metres (499 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 32
Design and construction
Main contractor Grinaker-LTA

The Marble Towers is a skyscraper in the Central Business District of Johannesburg, South Africa. It was built in 1973 and is 32 storeys tall. The building has an eight-storey parking garage attached to it. The structure is made out of a mixture of concrete and marble.

The tower is in use as commercial offices. The building was originally known as the Sanlam Centre. It is located on the corner of Jeppe and Von Wielligh Streets.[1]

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  1. ^ South African Road Atlas, 22nd edition, p.79; Publisher: MapStudio, Cape Town, South Africa, 2009

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