The Quad is a stunning development, soon to be sited in the geographic centre of Malta. This mix-used development will provide an exciting mix of grade A office space. Projected to achieve LEED platinum certification, the 4 business towers will be a true next-generation office development. At a commanding max height of 19 stories and over 44,000 sqm of mixed commercial floor space, the development has been carefully crafted to foster the best possible tenant experience whilst implementing notable green building concepts.
On-site amenities will include restaurants, coffee shops, other food and beverage options, supermarket, retail, fitness centre, childcare centre, green play area, meeting and events spaces and ATM facilities. Open spaces to include landscape piazzas. Extensive underground car parking facilities will also include designated spaces for disabled parking and bicycle storage facilities.
Open plan finished floor plates in Tower Q1 will range from 400sqm to 670 sqm in size, depending on the level chosen. Highly finished reception lobbies will provide attractive entry points into the towers. Each lobby desk will be attended by reception personnel during office hours, with access after office hours available through the use of video hall porters and tenant access control card system. Security cameras will be operational throughout the common parts.
Proximity to the capital Valletta, the airport and several hotels and other amenities, the convenience afforded to your workforce, your clients and your visitors will never be compromised.
Passenger Lift cap. (persons)
Floor Area per floor
560.00 sq mt
Within walking distance
Total area (building)
44000.00 sq mt
No of Levels (basement level)
No of Levels (above street lev.)
Kitchens/Kitchenettes (no of)
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.