Three tower blocks will provide 360 new homes

Eurocity in Gibraltar


The UK architecture practice founded more than 50 years ago by Michael Manser has been given planning for an £80m mixed-use scheme in Gibraltar.

Called Eurocity, the scheme comprises three lozenge-shaped towers sitting on podiums.

The towers, which are 70m, 67m and 58m high respectively, will house 360 residential units and 120,000 sq m of retail and office space along with a spa, gym, swimming pools and restaurants. Client on the scheme is Bentley Investments.

The scheme will also have private resident’s gardens above the car park and views of the British Overseas Territory’s famous rock. Around 32,000 people live in Gibraltar.

Manser an award-winning modernist and former RIBA president who died last year aged 87. His son Jonathan now leads the 40-strong The Manser Practice.