Noble Centre to be completed by year’s end: Developer


THE K300 million 23-storey Noble Centre in Downtown Port Moresby is expected to be completed by the end of the year, the developer says.
China Railway Construction Engineering Group (PNG) Real Estate Company Ltd deputy general manager Andy Chow said: “There are dozens of entities who showed their interest to the building because it’s the tallest in the country as well as one of the top quality buildings”.
The building has 23 floors along Champion Parade and is the tallest in the country.
The building consists of a dual reception – on ground floor from the Stanley Esplanade and Champion Parade with planned retail spaces.
It has two basements and seven levels of car parking, restaurant on level eight and featured office on levels nine and 10.
Typical office spaces are from levels 11-21.
Level 22 is a planned gymnasium or penthouses with over-looking the Port Moresby Central Business District (CBD).
Major progress so far are as follows:

  • Waterproof on the roof completed in April;
  • workers started installing tracks of facade on level 20. All glasses will be installed next month (July);
  • suspender for ceiling tiles have been finished on level 12. Major air-con ducts and fire sprinkler finished on level 12 also;
  • on May 20, all air conditioner external units had been placed onto the roof position, workers are installing air-con ducts in each floor of the building will complete installation in August;
  • on May 29, fire stairs primer painting in progress, final fireproof coating will be applied afterwards;
  • on June 2, the first prototype level is setting up, it will be available for customers to visit in July; and,
  • On June 4-10, workers started painting external wall, final coating be applied in proper time.

“We are proud of developing such an impressive architecture in Papua New Guinea, we believe it will be the landmark of Port Moresby,” Chow said.
He said there were still 30-plus office units available for tenants. The total office units 92.
“We welcome all international and domestic companies and individuals to come for site visiting to experience the magnificent harbour sight surrounding,” Chow said.