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$110m High Rise Grand Fijian Launched

$110m High Rise Grand Fijian Launched
Graduate Dr Kelesi Whippy with the staff from USP after the graduation on September 20,2018.Photo:Simione Haravanua.
September 11
10:18 2014

The country’s tallest building will soon take shape in the capital city after it was launched last night at the Grand Pacific Hotel.

The Grand Fijian, a 30 level tower, is an estimated $110 million project designed and owned by Sharma Design Group Limited, commonly known as Sharma Architects.

The Grand Fijian is a multiplex building comprising of a 60-suite hotel, 77 apartment units, spa, conference facilities, gymnasium etc. to suit the growing high rise living standards in Fiji.

Sharma Architects is a professional and design oriented architect practice, providing consultancy services in the core disciplines of Architecture, Interiors, Planning, Project Management, and Urban Design / Feasibilty Studies.

Sharma Design Group has offices in Suva, and Auckland, New Zealand.

Sharma Architects principal architect and managing director of the Grand Fijian, Vijay Sharmastated how the investment climate and a need to see structural changes in the country was imperative.

“The mammoth venture is only made possible through Government’s conducive policies, incentives and assistance,” Mr Sharma said.

“We are very appreciative and thankful and hope to receive continued support till the successful implementation.

“The Grand Fijian development will change the face and landscape of Suva and will trigger many other such projects for other developers.”

With its 77 apartments, 21 interests were already registered. Apartment prices begin at $800,000 and up to $4.8 million with freehold strata title.

Banks, Westpac, ANZ and BRED Bank are all offering special packages to investors for the project. Construction is expected to commence in March next year and anticipates completion at the end of 2016.

The building will be constructed at the corner of Foster Street and Pratt Street.

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