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Colliers Albania the exclusive leasing agent for leading office project in Albania

The Millennium Business Center will be an eight storey Class A office building featuring some 18,000 m2 of total built up area, of which more than 7,000 m2 will be offices. It will also feature retail on the ground floor and cinemas on two underground floors, as well as a two level underground parking garage with more than 100 spaces.

It will be strategically located at the intersection of two major boulevards in the heart of Tirana's Central Business District and in close proximity to exhibition and conference facilities.

The building will be constructed to the highest international architectural standards and equipped to the highest international technical standards. It will offer "open plan" office configuration, flexible to the requirements of tenants, with each office enjoying high-tech telecommunications connections. There will also be 24 hour security, a CCTV monitoring system, security card entrance for each office, independent power supply and an advanced fire fighting system.

Alban Xhillari, President of Millennium Group, said, "The Millennium Business Center will set new standards of excellence for architecture and construction and will play a major role in the life of the city."

Philip Bay, Regional Director of Colliers International Southeast Europe, Managing Director of Colliers International Albania and President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Albania, commented, "The Millennium Business Center will be a landmark project for Tirana that will help transform the Central Business District and greatly increase the supply of Class A office space. We are very proud to be involved with such a significant project and will use our international experience and expertise to ensure its success."

Mario Zaka, Consultant,  Colliers International Albania, added, "Colliers International is the only international property consultancy to have an office in Tirana and we are the dominant force in the office market here."