By Euro Weekly News Media • 08 May 2014 • 12:23
South View of the new World Trade Centre.
Members of Gibraltar’s Development and Planning Commission (DPC) unanimously approved a number of suggested improvements to the World Trade Centre Gibraltar project.
In doing so, they have started the countdown to the construction phase of this iconic landmark development.
The approved improvements include an internal atrium from the ground floor to the seventh with a landscaped garden, “towers” that provide an eye-line focus on the north and south elevations, increased glazing, and a “wave” roofline.
“We are absolutely delighted to have received such complete support from the DPC,” said World Trade Centre Gibraltar spokesman Pete Burgess.
“We have worked extremely hard to design a building which Gibraltar can be proud of and it is enormously heartening to know that the DPC shares our vision.
Now we can push ahead with turning that vision into a reality as quickly as possible.”
Burgess continues, “We are now only weeks away from breaking ground and therefore still on course to be open for occupation by the end of 2015.
This means that within two years Gibraltar businesses will have access to world-class super-premium offices with complete flexibility, lightning-quick connectivity and the very latest personal wellbeing systems.”
“Demand for reservations has been very strong, particularly from owner-occupiers,” concludes Burgess, “but opening discounts of up to 20% are still available on some units.
We would encourage anyone who is potentially interested in a World Trade Centre Gibraltar office to contact us as soon as possible.”
Contact World Trade Centre Gibraltar on 00 350 200 74724, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.worldtradecenter.gi.
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