Mercury House, St. Julian’s

Live Elevated In This Landmark Lifestyle Development

Taking Malta to new heights, Mercury Tower Lifestyle Development was designed by a renowned Iraqi-British architect, Zaha Hadid. The 31 Floor Twin Tower project is set to provide a quality of living beyond all else in Malta. Crafted to offer residents an environment that is unparalleled- a fusion of extraordinary in every sense, from the stunning views, luxurious finish, amenities, to its breath-taking design.

The Mercury House lifestyle is one that has been tailored to luxury living, where every element and feature has been deliberately considered to give residents unsurpassed quality and a supreme experience.

Shopping and Leisure

The Mercury Tower Lifestyle Development offer all one might wish for. Apart from high-end apartments, the development features a luxury brand shopping Mall with open piazza. Convenient underground parking will serve the commercial centre as well residential properties. Another commercial contribution to the development is Five Star Hotel occupying five floors of the tower.

Designed to offer a convenient lifestyle, the project will have 18,200 sqm of retail and amenity space. Yet, Mercury Tower residents can enjoy a peaceful ambiance within the development, allowed by a large open space, occupying no less than half of the development site.

City

The city of St Julian’s owned its status as one of the most dynamic cities on the Maltese Island. The city offers excellent leisure activities, vibrant nightlife, exquisite shopping opportunities and state of the art dining options. The renovated Paceville district, a former military haunt in the 1930s, is now the hub of Saint Julian’s nightlife with an array of restaurants, bars, and clubs.

Saint Julian’s is a popular holiday spot on the coast of Malta. The small town successfully blends its fishing village charm with its tourist centre. Latin architecture, such as Spinola Palace, built in 1688, and the Old Parish Church are popular historical sites. Divers will enjoy exploring shipwrecks via the Divewise Centre.

History and Culture

St. Julian’s has a population of around 8,000 people, and its name comes from the patron saint of the town, Saint Julian. Before 1800, St. Julian’s was just a small fishing village surrounding Balluta and Spinola bays, with very few buildings except for the Spinola Palace, the old parish church, a few fishermen’s huts and a few farm houses in the countryside. Today, it is one of the most dynamic cities on the island, with wild nightlife, exceptional shopping opportunities, beautiful beaches, and outstanding dining options.

The city is very popular among the tourist, especially in the summer time, when many can enjoy Maltese sun, the city’s never-ending amenities and warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The crown jewel of summer of St Julian’s is a traditional summer festa, which is celebrated annually on the last Sunday of August.