This mixed-use approach to urban buildings in some of its most iconic projects of late. In this case, retail spaces on the first two floors (ground floor and mezzanine), six floors are allocated to offices, one floor to a café and gym and the next six floors are given to residential spaces.
Located at the eastern edge of Nicosia an area that is destined to become the epicentre of life in the city in a way that encourages urban walk ability, i.e. people to include walking and cycling in their everyday life. To do that it is planned to integrate in the existing fabric, open public spaces, parks, squares and pedestrian and cycling routes.
Within walking distance are many landmarks of the new era of Nicosia’s development. To the west is the new State Theatre building, to the north the Leventis Gallery and to the east is the award-winning White Walls.
Also, just a few minutes’ walk to the north, nearing completion, is the re-developed Eleftheria’s Square designed by Zaha Hadid and further north is the old part of Nicosia that lies within the medieval walls, a bustling area filled with cafes, bars and shops, the preferred playground of a young and multicultural crowd.
Vibrant and interesting location.