A state-of –the-art, beautifully designed Business Centre, with bright and spacious office space covering a total rentable area of 11,000m² spread over 9 levels. The Business Centre is projected to include a Wellness and Fitness centre, a child care centre, food and beverage outlets as well as a car park facility. This development has the capability of offering various sized offices starting from around 55 square metres to suit the clients specific needs. Offices also benefit from the free facilities which include maintenance and cleaning of common areas, air-conditioning on all levels, electrical power and lighting installation, external floor and wall finishes, fire fighting and detection installations, security systems and concierge. Allocated car spaces available at 750 Euro yearly or alternatively general car park access cards at 250 Euro yearly. The current prices start from €205 per m2 per annum.
The village is in one sense the gateway to the Maltese Islands. It gave its name to Malta's sole airport situated nearby, which for many years was known simply as Luqa Airport, before being named Malta International Airport. Ħal Luqa's proximity to the country's airfield led to its near destruction in World War II, but luckily the village's two 15th century churches survived. The parish church of St Andrew, patron saint of fishermen, contains an original altarpiece by the Calabrian Knight and world renonwed painter, Mattia Preti. Luqa is also near the sea - as indicated by its choice of patron saint - and to Malta's large, modern Freeport.