Sunday, April 26, 2009

Papua New Guinea’s building boom in pictures

Reef Apartments – Stage 111

Construction to commence in August, 2009.
Reef Apartments are set to reach a new bench mark of excellence in quality, style and finish.
The 18 luxury apartments all have stunning views over Fairfax Harbour, with two of the three bedrooms all with views to the harbour.
Each unit has two spacious undercover car parks.
A separate car wash bay is also provided on site.
The complex will contain a complete entertainment area with all facilities readily available.
IPI Building Lae

The Building consists of a secure semi-basement car parking for all tenants plus separate
off street visitor parking.
It is anticipated that there will be over 1000 square metres ground floor retail area with four floors of commercial space at 750 square metres per level of net lettable Area.
The remaining top two penthouse floors contain a mixture of two and three bedroom boutique apartments totalling 10 that have unsurpassed views to the Huon Gulf and Salamaua.
The entire building has been carefully designed to latest technology while being
Environmentally- friendly and robust to meet the harsh and diverse climate conditions
experienced in Lae.
The building will be a landmark building for Lae and Nambawan Super Limited.
CBD development

Nambawan Super Limited is leading the building boom currently under construction.
Fletcher Morobe Constructions are up to the fifth level of the nine-Level tower when completed.
The building is a boutique commercial and residential development offering an attractive street scape retail facility at ground level.
Two levels of car parking with one level below ground and the other suspended above ground, followed by four levels of commercial office space, each level containing private ablutions for each individual office.
The top two floors will contain six spacious penthouse units that will have stunning views to both Fairfax Harbour and the ocean.
The building has been designed to the highest international environmental standards.

Armit Place

Currently selling individual floors and units ‘off the plan’ through Century 21.
Three levels of secure underground parking
Additional car parking spaces are also available to privately purchase.
Five levels of commercial office space.
Five levels of luxury penthouse-style apartments.
By GARY G. HALLARDAssociate Director/Senior Project Manager
Pacific Architects Consortium (PNG) Limited


1 comment:

  1. Anonymous8:43 PM

    Are these buildings already done with the constructions? I think this is agood opportunity for businessmen tyring to find office buildings in papua new guinea. What's the status? A fiend is trying to locate class A office buildings in Papua New Guinea and I've been trying to help him. your response would certainly help. Thanks.

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