Available On: 01/06/2018
Situated in a very good central location, built above a stylishly done retail outlet, is this block of apartments that hosts permits for office premises. Development is currently under construction but will be complete in shell form by the end of 2017. A total of 3 full floor levels and 1 penthouse available. Levels 1, 2 and 3 each measure circa 100sqm with circa 5sqm in outdoor area whilst penthouse has an internal area of circa 70sqm and an external area of 35sqm.
All units are being offered fully finished and including air-conditioning. Unit on level 4 known as the penthouse comprises an entrance into an office area leading to a well sized terrace, w/c facilities, spacious kitchenette, and an additional sizable independent office. Common areas serviced by lift and hall porter . Should an agreement to lease the units as offices be reached by the end of the year, the project will be available for handover by June 2018.
No of Levels (above street lev.)
No of Levels (basement level)
Floor Area per floor
100.00 sq mt
Passenger Lift cap. (persons)
Kitchens/Kitchenettes (no of)
Terraces / patios
Terrace of 35sqm
Iklin is situated on a hill on the way to Naxxar. On the south it borders with Birkirkara and Lija while on the east it borders San Ġwann. During the sixties and seventies a number of luxurious villas were built on the hill which leads to In-Naxxar (on the side of Triq il-Wied in the area known as Upper Iklin). Towards the end of the seventies as well as during the eighties buildings started to crop up everywhere. On the lower side of the valley, which was a green area, a bypass was built which begins near the university and ends at Iklin. The name of this locality comes from the aromatic herb rosmarinus, Iklin in Maltese. It is thought that this grew in the valley. In Iklin two archaeological sites have been found, one from the Bronze Age and the other with Punic and Roman remains. The village is known for the chapel of San Mikiel Arkanġlu (St Michael) built in 1615. The coat of arms depicts a shield on a blue background with Saint Michael in the centre and six roses on the borders.