News | Wednesday, 19 August 2009

More tenants move into Palm City

Mediterranean Investment Holdings’ latest project, Palm City Residences in Libya, is taking shape as more tenants move in , a few weeks ahead of the official inauguration which is set to take place in September.
With landscaping works on the Eastern side nearing completion and amenities like the supermarket, bank, laundry, clinic, Beauty Salon, Car Rental Service and the two Palm City Restaurants in their final finishing stages , the second half of the year is expected to be extremely busy at the luxury residential complex.
The latest additions to Palm City’s growing community include four Tripoli-based companies - Ernst & Young, Austrian Airlines, Radisson Blu Hotel and Global Governance. The complex keeps growing week after week as the project now takes on the feel of a proper village community.
Designed to high standards, Palm City is fast becoming the preferred residential address for the numerous expatriate families living in Libya. Palm City comprises 413 residential units with a multitude of supporting leisure and entertainment facilities including a private sandy beach served with two restaurants and a central piazza which will act as the focal point for the community where people meet, shop, and see to most of their daily needs.
Major furniture items, landscaping, security railings and other fittings are all being installed in the units where residents are moving in. Further to the western side of Palm City almost all roads have now been completed, including those adjacent to the Palm City Health Club where the installation of four tennis courts and 7-a-side football pitch is also underway with all these amenities scheduled for completion in the last quarter of 2009 in time for the official opening of the project.
New tenants are welcomed by the Palm City Customer Services team, who ensures that tenants enjoy a move-in that is as smooth and hassle-free as possible. The customer service programme will in fact be a permanent feature at Palm City so that all the tenants’ needs are given priority”
Mr. Gareth Morgan, Global Client Service Partner for Ernst & Young in Libya, was enthusiastic about his move in and with being one of the first tenants to take up his residential unit inside Palm City.
“I am very pleased with the ease and convenience with which the Palm City team of has worked through our requirements and nothing was much trouble at all. The facilities, security and sense of community are clearly outstanding and will play a major part in ensuring our time in Tripoli is enjoyable and productive,” said Mr.Morgan, echoing a sentiment that is shared by others who have made the move and which augurs well for the future of this landmark project.


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19 August 2009


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