The company started to invest in property development and in 2008 BT Commercial Ltd has joined forces with other companies with the scope of regenerating neglected derelict sites, one of which is the well-known “Farmers Wine” site in Burmarrad, now converted to a very successful commercial outlet under the franchise Kiabi. Another investment made in the year 2017 was the ex Edible Oil Refinery Co Ltd in Marsa. This will be developed and converted into commercial and logistical warehouses.
In 2019 BT Commercial Ltd has just moved into its new showroom and offices in Central Business district, formerly known as Mriehel. The new building and office block is called The Watercourse which includes 3 floors as office rental space and will be finished to the highest of standards.
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Ex Farmers Wine
The French textiles chain Kiabi opened shop in Burmarrad on the site of a former winery situated in Burmarrad.
Kiabi was founded in Lille in 1978 on the basis of a simple concept: “To produce fashion to suit all tastes and budgets.” The brand has 451 outlets in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Belgium, the Netherlands and Morocco. A Kiabi outlet already operates at Qormi next to Lidl.
The Ex Edible Oil Rafinery CO.Ltd
The Watercourse office premises is located close to the Malta Financial Services Authority and forms part of the commercial area of Mriehel, soon to be one of Malta’s top commercial financial districts now called The Central Business District. The property is close to all amenities and close to the Birkirkara Residential area.
Spread over several floors, the property consists of 3 underlying car parks, Showroom space with offices on level zero, and another 3 levels of office space.
The property which is finished in a high standard is served with lifts, air-conditioning, tiling, ventilation and restrooms. The Watercourse offers comfortable parking spaces integrated with electrical car charging facilities. The building is Eco-friendly and includes photo voltaic panels on the roof and uses ground water for the second class water system.