About Us

The Vision

Live Today. Create Tomorrow.

Taroko City is designed around people and nature and is thoughtfully planned to ensure they co-exist harmoniously. With a development plan that will unfold over the next 50 years, Taroko City will become a trailblazer in this arena. Infrastructural development and bulk servicing have already begun.

Part of the greater plan also includes the regeneration and reclaiming of much of the natural terrain, and under the curatorship of the Endangered Wildlife Trust, teams have already begun the remove-replant-replace programme in order to eradicate alien plant species while respecting existing natural habitats and eco-systems. Valuable natural assets and key conservation areas have been identified as no-development zones within the precinct. Taroko City aims to  create an awareness and with that a shared responsibility to look after and respect these natural assets.

Residents of Taroko City will have a vast choice of where and how they would like to live within the precinct. From sectional title apartments, to freestanding homes, single residential sites and complex blocks; the various living situations and housing types will suit any kind of buyer.

The overarching vision of Taroko City is a multi-faceted city offering a new way of life in a holistic city. Here, you can live the full spectrum of life, from work to play, to interacting with nature and creating your own home all in one place.



Taroko City will cover approximately 1750 hectares with approximately 50 000 residential dwellings within it.

Taroko City is located in Modderfontein.

From OR Tambo: Along the R24, through Edendale and then join the R25.

From Sandton: Easterly along Marlboro Drive.

From Pretoria: Along the R21 Highway and link onto the R25.

The first homes are anticipated for completion in the first quarter of 2023

The Modderfontein Reserve which sits within Taroko City is approximately 275 hectares in size.

A new Gautrain station is being developed near to Taroko City within the vicinity of the Modderfontein Reserve and will be operational in 5-10 years’ time.

Residents of Taroko City have access to all communal facilities however some may incur a charge. Additionally, facilities which belong to specific resdiential developments will only be accessible to the residents living in that particular development. There will be a host of facilities accessible to both residents and visitors, such as the Modderfontein Reserve.