The St Julians Mercury Tower Office Space in Malta is an approved twin 40-storey and 25-storey development in Paceville. The towers will consists of a car park, retail levels, office areas as well as a hotel and serviced apartments. The unique, twisting twin-tower design for the site was been drawn up by the famed firm Zaha Hadid Architects. The project will include a boutique hotel incorporating the scheduled historic building, which will be flanked by two towers – one of 40-storeys and another of 25-storeys – housing commercial and residential units. The project’s above-ground area is of 70,000 square metres of mixed-use development, with 5,000 square metres being allocated for the hotel area.
The 40-floor tower will have 28 floors for residential apartments and five floors for an 83-room boutique hotel integrating the historic Mercury House building.
The second tower will have 25 floors, 19 of which will be reserved for commercial office space.
The project will have 18,200 square metres of retail and amenity space and 50 per cent of the ground floor site area will be set aside as open space, as per planning requirements, for a landscaped plaza. It will also have five levels of underground parking.
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