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Most Stylish Building of Islamabad The Centaurus Mall

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The Centaurus is a mixed-use development project constructed in Islamabad, Pakistan. The project involves over 6.59 acres of land in Islamabad's arterial corridor, called Blue Area. 
The complex is designed by Atkins, whose portfolio includes the Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai, and the Bahrain World Trade Center in Bahrain. It is a project of the Pak Gulf Construction (Pvt) Ltd (PGCL) in Islamabad. Pak Gulf Construction Company is a joint venture between Al Tamimi (Saudi Arabia) and Sardar Builders (Pakistan). 


Besides serving residential, commercial, and business purposes, the complex is intended to symbolize the growth of Pakistan, and to enable it to host international conferences and seminars in Pakistan's capital city. 

The $350 million complex is 37-story, having 7 star deluxe hotel, with two 21-story residential towers, a 25-story corporate office tower, and a 5-story shopping mall, which covers an area of 300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2).

The mall have a twin screen cinema and a food court. The complex has a huge parking lot which accommodates over 2,000 vehicles. It is designed to withstand up to 9.5 magnitude earthquake.

The Centaurus is a dynamic real estate project of epic proportions, progressing from concept to reality at an incredible pace, is bound to be the next icon of Pakistan. 
The Centaurus consists of 6.6 acres (27,000 m2) of architectural brilliance in the heart of Islamabad - Pakistan.


It is constructed on the most expensive plot in the history of Pakistan and designed by ATKINS, which has a solid reputation in the creation of stunning buildings like the awe inspiring Burj-ul-Arab, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Twisting Tower, 21st Century Tower etc. The Centaurus is a living day wonder. 

The Centaurus comprises a high end deluxe Hotel, Corporate Complex, Two Residential Towers and International Standard Shopping Mall designed to withstand earthquake up to 9.5 Magnitude on Richter scale. 

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