[Images] Here is a look at UBL’s new head office in the heart of Karachi

Written by Shaoor Munir ·  1 min read >

UBL moved its operations to a new 300 ft tall, 22 story glass building situated in the heart of Karachi’s financial hub — I. I. Chundrigar Road. The glass building, lit with its one of a kind facade lighting, illuminates the nearby Karachi landscape and gives the term ‘city of lights’ a whole new meaning.

The new building features a grand lobby which welcomes the entrants with all the information they need to navigate the building and get exactly where they want to.

The 22-storey glass structure comprises of two towers which are interlinked by 5 bridges. The building also houses the tallest atrium in Pakistan, rising 200 ft in the air. It is fully equipped with state of the art facilities to inspire and motivate the UBL employees working there.

The 22 stories provide a lot of space for UBL employees to work in. Each story is furnished with state of the art work spaces which reflects the commitment of UBL to provide the best working experience for its employees.

Complementing these office spaces are new meeting rooms. Equipped with the latest technology, the meeting rooms make the brainstorming and decisionmaking process as smooth as possible.

In addition to offering exemplary working space and meeting rooms, UBL’s new head office doesn’t skimp when it comes to facilities either. It includes a spacious fitness center which is provisioned with modern equipment to facilitate employees in proper physical training.

There is also a cafeteria in the building which spans over two floors and provides a breathtaking view of Karachi’s landscape along with a relaxing environment.

If you want to see the UBL head office in action, here is a video tour of the new building:

#UBLheadoffice, unarguably, is one of the best modern architectural structures in Pakistan – it is an #iconiclandmark. With its beautiful design and futuristic design, it fits well with UBL’s image as one of the most innovative and forward-thinking banks in Pakistan.

Written by Shaoor Munir
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