Fort Cambridge, Sliema

Contemporary Coastal Living in Malta’s Most Sought-After City

Fort Cambridge is a contemporary residential seafront complex in Sliema’s Tigné peninsula. The premium development was named after its location: the fort that defended the Sliema peninsula. The residential development incorporates the historic Cambridge Battery in its urban space, making for a truly unique landscaping project.

Enjoying the best of the Mediterranean lifestyle, Fort Cambridge’s impressive design includes properties with spectacular sea views – all boasting the dual benefits of a central location teeming with leisure facilities, commercial activity, restaurants nearby, and serene surroundings enjoying breath-taking open sea views. No retail premises are situated on the site of this development, specifically planned to retain the element of tranquillity and calm. Over 80% of the development is dedicated to landscaped open spaces that complement the historic site’s original features. Fort Cambridge has an underground car park, private swimming pool, fitness centre, an indoor pool, gardens and 24-hour security.

Shopping and Leisure

Along the years, Sliema became Malta’s main shopping and leisure location. The Sliema promenade and sea front are lined with several shops, cafés, bars, restaurants and commercial buildings, always buzzing with activity and the latest talk of town.

The Point shopping mall, Malta’s largest retail mall is situated just next to the Tignè Point development. The residential and shopping area are separated by Pjazza Tignè, a central open space surrounded by several eateries and designer shops and boutiques. The mall itself hosts some of Malta’s leading retail outlets and most popular international fashion brands.

City

The locality of Sliema, situated along Malta’s northeastern coast, hosts this forward-looking lifestyle development on its secluded tip. Sliema is one of Malta’s top commercial and social hubs, on the move day and night, particularly in the summer.

Both cosmopolitan and traditionally charming in nature, Sliema is the place where both locals and tourists gather to shop, dine and unwind. The scene is characterised by the breath-taking Valletta skyline opposite the Sliema harbour and open sea views along its front. At the same time, in the quieter heart of the town, everyday life moves relatively slower.

Year-round and especially during the summer months, visitors and locals alike flock towards Sliema to meet up, bask in the sun, bathe in the clear sea and be part of the colourful nightlife. It is also the location of choice amongst many who want to relocate to Malta due to its convenient location and all that it has to offer.

History and Culture

The richness of Malta’s history and cultural scene infiltrates Sliema’s contemporary character. A good number of the properties situated within the Tignè development, enjoy invaluable views of Valletta’s bastions and buildings, outlining its famous skyline dotted with colourful, traditional Maltese balconies visible from afar.

The start of the show is Fort Tignè, the fortification that has donated its name to this prime location sits on the outermost stretch of land of the Sliema peninsula. This is the same building that offered resistance to the French forces led by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1798. Currently, plans are underway to carry out its restoration.