A large prominent highly finished office block in this very sought after commercial area just 50 meters away from a bus stop in both directions and consisting of a total area of 2781 square meter spread on 4 floors. Floor areas measure approximately 450 square meter on the 1st floor, 382 square meter on the 2nd floor, 566 square meter and 450 square meter (separate office units but can link to remaining offices)on the 3rd floor and 933 square meter on the 4th floor enjoying a 123 square meter terrace enjoying open views. Additionally, there is a fully fitted training room accommodating 80 persons (100 square meter ), and a building permit in hand to build another level 5 800 square meter for future expansion requirements , this can be completed in a 12 month period, bringing the total floor space to 3600 square meter. This office block is finished to very high specs throughout and is being offered with Underground and outdoor parking spaces. Rates include:- Maintenance of all systems and equipment in common areas including:- Air-conditioning using VRF systems, Ventilation / Extraction, Firefighting & Smoke detection installations, Plumbing system, sewage / Surface water installations, Electrical power & lighting installations, Automatic standby generator, Lift; Building insurance; Cleaning of common areas and external windows; Building Management and Administration services; Mechanical & Electrical services within leased premises as set up on an open plan layout:- Air conditioning using VRF systems, Ventilation / Extraction system, Fire detection system, Electrical power and lighting installation, Automatic standby generator, MALTACOM FIBRE OPTIC CABLE SUPPLIED TO OFFICES
Birkirkara is the largest town in Malta and Gozo, in so far as population is concerned and this can be traced back to the Middle Ages.Birkirkara was listed as one of the original 12 medieval parishes in 1436. Most of present-day Birkirkara is modern, though the town retains a traditional core characterised by alleyways, narrow streets and houses typical of small villages. A tiny garden separates the town's older area from the new quarters. Here you can see one of the old railway stations on the commuter line that ran from Rabat to Valletta. Apart from the churches, the oldest buildings in the town are the windmills. One is a private residence, the other, at the heart of the town, is an art gallery. Known locally as `Ta' Ganu' it hosts exhibitions by local and foreign artists.