No matter where in the Ekurhuleni municipal prime location is relative to the proximity to industrial and commercial nodes and secondary factors which will attract buyers to a suburb will be access to reputable schools and convenient access to retail malls and entertainment venues.
When an established suburb like Dawn Park in Boksburg is still enjoying new property development then one can take this as a positive sign that there is still a major appeal to reside in such suburbs.
The diverse property usage in Dawn Park caters for a broad income spectrum from first-time buyers to established families and the new sectional title townhouse and apartment developments are the largest or possibly the most competitive market currently due to the income spectrum they cater for and their reasonable affordability and quick resale and growth in value.
Dawn Park has a diverse architecture too which will appeal to the whole consumer market seeking property in the suburb or rather this will attract a greater number of consumers. The architecture in Dawn Park varies from classic conventional to modern.
The lower end of the pricing structure in Dawn Park is thus not an indication to the general status of the suburb but rather end indication to its diversity.
So, which industrial nodes offer part of the household income to residents of Dawn Park; there is Roodekop, Wadeville, Dunswart, Boksburg Industrial, Jet Park and Isando and commercial nodes a bit further but still within convenient access such as Sandton, Rivonia, Bryanston and Rosebank. Roads and highways which facilitate this easy travel are Van Dyk Road, Roodekop Road, the R21 and the N17.
Schools near to Dawn Park are Dawn Park Primary School, Parkrand Primary School and Dalpark Private School.
There are more than enough retail malls catering for retail and entertainment close to Dawn Park such as Dawn Park Shopping Centre, Lakeside Mall, Northmead Mall and The Square at Farrarmere.