Nestled in the heart of Lebanon’s bustling capital, Beirut, the Beirut Gardens building offers a breathtaking view of the iconic Martyrs’ Square. This public space holds immense national and historical significance, and the building’s presence has given it a renewed sense of identity.
The Beirut Gardens building stands tall as a symbol of modernity and sophistication, while paying homage to the rich cultural heritage of Lebanon. Its sleek lines and contemporary design seamlessly blend with the surrounding urban landscape, creating a harmonious fusion of old and new.
This world-class residential complex offers from the other side as well, a superb view of Garden of Forgiveness archeology park.
Beirut Gardens consists of four basements, a ground floor with a public patio, and eleven upper floor levels. Its ground and first floors are dedicated for retail, whereas the remaining upper floors are dedicated to luxurious residential apartments, ranging from 200 up to 600sqm. The second and seventh floor levels include swimming pools and gymnasium halls with relaxing sundecks.
Architectural consultancy: Joint Venture between International Consultant, Arata Isosaki & local consultant: Erga Group
Engineering consultancy: Erga Group
Construction supervision: Erga Management
Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Category: Residential, Mid Rise