The World Trade Center superstructure is now five floors out of the ground and becoming recognisable as the iconic finished design.
The impressive design of World Trade Gibraltar is now clearly recognisable with nearly six floors of the superstructure completed. It is unmissable to anyone entering Gibraltar with its striking elevations rising above Victoria Stadium already making a statement about its central role in Gibraltar’s economic future and about the importance of its occupants in the development of that future.
World Trade Center is an iconic, global brand that brings instant prestige and credibility to all those associated with it and this has been the bedrock of the success that WTC Gibraltar has enjoyed to date in terms of attracting tenants and purchasers.
From the original 15,158m2 of super-premium office space available there are now only twelve office units left with a combined area of 1,885m2.
These units range from 26m2 to 337m2 and all offer the key benefits of WTC Gibraltar.
The quality guarantee that comes with the World Trade Center brand.
The long term commitment of the developer
The prestige of an internationally recognised address
Stunning double-height reception
24 / 7 operation
Luxurious fixtures and fittings befitting a 5* hotel
Full, independent power generation
Prime location – 9 minutes from the Spanish border, 8 minutes from the international airport, 4 minutes from the town centre and 1 minute from the bars, restaurants and 5* hotel of Ocean Village.
Ready-to-move-into Category A offices with pre-installed raised floors, suspended ceiings, air-conditioning and power and data points
A world-class working environment designed to minimise sickness and maximise employee motivation and retention.
As well as being attractive to companies already operating in Gibraltar, these units have also become part of Gibraltar’s wider strategy to attract more businesses from outside the jurisdiction to use Gibraltar as a base to access the European Union markets.
It does this through its unique position of being part of the EU, but not part of the customs union. This proposition is attractive to companies from both inside and outside of the Union.
The message is being communicated locally to companies on the Costa del Sol, other parts of Europe and even in places as far afield as Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Canada and Israel.
For regulated businesses the benefits are amplified by Gibraltar’s robust but flexible and accessible regulatory system and its advantageous corporate tax environment.
Pete Burgess, Head of Sales & Marketing for WTC Gibraltar commented “The World Trade Center project has been discussed in Gibraltar since 2010 and consequently there has historically been some healthy scepticism. However, this has now been completely replaced with genuine excitement as the building has turned from a concept into a reality.”
“World Trade Center will change the expectations of companies in Gibraltar for ever.” he continued. “The choice of office space in Gibraltar in the past has been extremely limited, the quality has generally been poor and this makes it difficult for companies to compete on the international stage. Now, companies in Gibraltar will have access to the level of working environment one would expect in London, New York or any other major commercial centre helping those companies to attract the staff they need and then provide them with the tools to succeed.”
There is no doubt that WTC will become the hub of Gibraltar’s business community and it is certain that the last few units will not be available for long.
For more information contact Pete Burgess on firstname.lastname@example.org or all him on 00 350 200 74724.