Off Plan Development - The Arches
About The Arches
The Arches Located in the historic upper town of Gibraltar in an iconic arched building that dates back to 1905, The Arches is a sympathetic re-development of the former Police Barracks which is due for completion in late 2017. The Arches will form part of Gibraltar’s regeneration scheme which will see many existing buildings being preserved and regenerated to a very high standard. Many of the building’s original features such as the 2.80m high ceilings will be retained, whilst interiors will be fitted to a high standard offering modern living spaces throughout. The development will further boast lovely communal outdoor green areas which will be perfect for enjoying those long summer days. Each apartment will be fitted to a high standard throughout, complete with laminate flooring, double glazed windows, fitted wardrobes, Porcelanosa fully fitted bathroom, fully fitted kitchen inclusive of all appliances and reverse air conditioning system. The Arches apartments are being sold on the open market with no residency requirements, making it a perfect purchase for a first time buyer or as a buy to let investment property. The development also offers residents on-site parking by separate negotiation to the property price. The re-development of The Arches complex is sure to be the first of its kind setting the bar for future regeneration projects in Gibraltar, and making the Upper Town the place to be.
About the location
Gibraltar is steeped in history, culture and diversity – did you know the skull of a Neanderthal woman was discovered here in 1848 and was only the second Neanderthal skull ever found and the first adult Neanderthal skull to be discovered, eight years before the discovery of the skull for which the species was named in Neanderthal! The upper town offers a treat for anyone wanting to learn more about Gibraltar’s history or just explore the Rock. Including St Michael’s Cave, the Moorish Castle, the Great Siege Tunnels & WWII tunnels, Princess Caroline’s Battery and, of course, not forgetting the Apes Den.