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Beauty, functionality, suitability… these three words define the very spirit and foundation of ISOCELE, a modern and impressive high rise commercial complex which consists of 19 floors of office spaces, 3 floors dedicated to retail and 6 car parking basement levels that carry a total of 280 spaces – 162 for offices and retail shops with an extra 118. In all, ISOCELE boasts being built up to very high standards of quality, reliability and comfort.
ISOCELE – named from the equally measured and triangular shape of the land on which it was built – demonstrates exquisite execution of one of the most challenging building designs. It is simply a sight to behold. From its excellent arrangement of spaces and contemporary layout, the ISOCELE concept produces an interesting mix of retail shops and office spaces, masterfully adapted to create a dynamic and stimulating business environment for you.
ISOCELE is strategically located in a highly urban area on the main street of Sami El Solh in Beirut, with easy access to major destinations within and outside Beirut. Some places of interest just minutes away from ISOCELE include educational establishments, shopping centers, museum, hospitals, restaurants, syndicates and banks. There are a number of educational establishments in the immediate area like the Lycee Francais School which is just three minutes away. Similarly, the USJ, AUST and Sagesse Universities are five minutes away. In addition, ABC Ashrafieh Mall, Galaxy Mall, Beirut Mall, Sodeco Square and the famous City Centre Shopping Mall opening in 2013 are just round the corner. To top that, you are only ten minutes away from Habtoor, Le Mall and Downtown, Verdun, while the sea, mountain, Raific Hariri international airport and sea port are all easily and speedily accessible. To add icing to the cake, various boutiques, coffee shops and very good restaurants surround ISOCELE offering you the wonderful tastes and delights of Beirut.

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