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The developers of the Townsquare project in Sliema have to reduce the height of the proposed tower

The development will comprise 159 apartments, retail outlets, a business centre, a range of dining outlets, cafes and ample underground parking

  • August 11, 2018 10:15
  • Author Olya Georgieva
Medium tas sliema local council
Source: Facebook / Tas-Sliema Local Council

The developers of the Townsquare project in Sliema have to reduce the height of the proposed tower by 37 metres, equivalent to 11 storeys of the previous tower. The project, set over a 12 000 square metre site, will still retain the same volume of open space as originally proposed, some 7500sqm, that will become the largest pedestrian zone in Sliema's town centre.

Townsquare is a quality mixed-use project comprising high-end residential units and a commercial area.The development will comprise 159 apartments, retail outlets, a business centre, a range of dining outlets, cafes and ample underground parking. Restoration of the historical Villa Drago also remains an integral part the project.This area has also been reconfigured to include a better flow for pedestrians, substantially more greenery and a landscaped rear garden – all accessible to the public.

Source: Times Malta



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