Malta: ‘Nu Bis Centre is a novel concept designed to host financial, asset management and corporate service industries and is now at an advanced stage of development.
The highly-finished building is located on the outskirts of Lija, making it highly accessible and much less susceptible to the traffic congestion associated with the North Harbour and Southern districts. Layouts, materials, finishes, and services have all been designed according to international standards to provide tenants with a first-rate working environment.
The concept is the creation of a unique ecosystem for corporate service providers and asset-management that seeks to add value to its tenants. By housing associated service providers under the same roof, ‘Nu Bis Centre brings convenience to the tenant’s clients, who will be able to find an array of related services they require in one centre. Moreover, the proximity allows broader opportunities for cross-referencing and network-building between companies.
Developers Nicholas Zahra and Lawrence Buttigieg said that they wanted to move away from the standard office-building approach and introduce a new concept to support the growth of companies in the specialised sector of asset-management and financial and corporate services. “As a services nerve-centre, ‘Nu Bis Centre, provides an ideal environment for entrepreneurs to grow and take their businesses forward,” Zahra explained.
The address boasts functional workspaces with an eye for style and comfort. The combination of refined materials such as Calacatta marble, copper accents, timber and glass, giving tenants the stature they deserve.
‘Nu Bis Centre offers enhanced amenities including boardroom facilities, concierge and courier services, an underground car park, and its own fully-backed up electricity sub-station for maximum up-time. Tenants can also make use of a fully-equipped common kitchen area, lounge, canteen, and carefully landscaped surroundings.
The Centre will open its doors to its first tenants later this year, but tenants’ contractors shall have access as from May. Further information is available on www.nu-bis.com or by request to email@example.com. Site viewings can be arranged through personal appointment with Pierre Carabott via the same e-mail address.
Article submitted by Corporate Identities on behalf of Nu-Bis.