Works have progressed at Mercury Towers as the construction of the whole project has now been concluded.
Visible progress can be seen externally. The GFRC cladding of the first phase of the project is in its final stages. Thus, allowing us to envision what Mercury Towers will look like in its final stage. The Pavilion structure adjacent to Mercury House is being tiled in mosaic. The mosaic is being hand-crafted by J Portelli Projects’ skilled workers. The Pavilion will form part of the commercial aspect of the project.
The team is now focused on the finishing stages of the project, from plastering and tiling to electrical and plumbing services.
J. Portelli Projects is San Giljan Aquatic Sports Club’s title sponsor starting Summer 2022, seeing it through to the Summer 2023 league! The sponsorship agreement was signed between Joseph Portelli, and San Giljan ASC President Peter Bonavia in the presence of Club Secretary Michael Fenech.
J. Portelli Projects’ investment will further enable San Giljan ASC to realize both short and long-term goals, including the creation of opportunities for both novice and experienced players, as well as assist in the team’s overall performance. Apart from raising the club’s competitive edge, this sponsorship will enable initiatives targeting the community.
The union between the two prolific entities is a result of a seamlessly aligned commitment towards making a difference through sport. San Giljan ASC and J Portelli Projects firmly believe that sport, wellbeing and mental health are intertwined, and to this end strive to provide youths with open access to sport, for healthier habits and an overall improved lifestyle.
Mercury Towers presents a new, family-friendly neighbourhood in Paceville, rejuvenating this otherwise run-down suburb of St. Julian’s. Destined to become a vibrant new cultural hub, Mercury Towers’ main structure ascends to ten floors before twisting 12 degrees towards the Mediterranean.
Construction works on the second phase of the project are well underway, with visible progress being made to the hotel tower, suites, podium and mall. Cladding, third fixes and common areas are also progressing, with fully-functional elevators.
The Mercury Tower exterior works have progressed and the installation of the GFRC facade, glass balustrades and aluminium apertures are now in their advanced stages on the 125m high rise in St. Julian’s, Malta as construction continues on the 2nd phase of the project.
Addressed as The Mercury Towers, Triq San Gorg, Paceville, the soaring 33-storey skyscraper is designed by Zaha Hadid and developed by J. Portelli Projects and holds the crown as the tallest structure by roof height and the tallest residential building in Malta.
Mercury Tower’s residents will enter the building either through a dedicated residential lobby at Piazza Level or through a secondary, more discreet access point from the car park at level -2.
The highly anticipated homes come in one-to-two-bedroom layouts beginning high above the street level and range from 70sqm to over 150sqm. Resident-only services include in-home and in-club dining experiences, complemented by exclusive partnership offering beauty and spa services, clinical skin care, personal stylists for wardrobes in the home, and a variety of in-store perks, including advance access to new brands and collections, and priority access to invite-only events.
The Mercury Towers is expected to be completed sometime before the end of 2022.
Watch the video clip below, showing recent developments on site.
To learn more about Mercury Towers by Zaha Hadid Architects visit mercury.com.mt