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Number of shopping centres rising

Number of shopping centres rising
Published: 1 week ago

The retail market in Slovakia is growing, as a result of positive macroeconomic indicators and increasing trust of consumers. Along with capital, developers also keep an eye on regions. Retailers also show interest in expanding, according to the JLL financial and professional services firm.

Two more buildings receive BREEAM certificate

Two more buildings receive BREEAM certificate
Published: 2 weeks ago

The list of administrative buildings in Bratislava with green certificates will be extended by two entries. Aupark Tower and BBC5 administrative premises administered by real estate company Heitman received a Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) certification with “very good” rating.

Falling supply of available flats increases prices

Falling supply of available flats increases prices
Published: 3 weeks ago

The demand for available flats in Bratislava in the first three months of 2016 was higher than the supply. Analysts with Bencont Investments recorded a total of 3,370 available new flats in Bratislava in the first quarter of this year, which is by 2 percent lower than in the end of 2015. As a result, the demand was higher than the supply, which brought about an increase in prices. The price for one square metre of a new flat in Bratislava amounted to €2,317 including VAT on average, up by 2 percent quarter-on-quarter and 9 percent year-on-year.

Senec’s outlet will change to offices

Senec’s outlet will change to offices
Published: 3 weeks ago

What was projected as a first outlet centre in Slovakia will turn into offices and showrooms. The developer of the D1 Outlet City project, company Ipec Group, has changed the original function of the buildings, which will be now used by Chinese firms. Also the name will change to D1 Expo Business Centre, the Hospodárske Noviny daily reported.

Investor seeks to save a spinning mill

Investor seeks to save a spinning mill
Published: 1 month ago

The priority for the new owner of Bratislava’s Cvernovka building is to reconstruct the historical spinning mill, which was declared a cultural monument.



New supply hub opens in Senec

New supply hub opens in Senec
Published: Yesterday 10:17 am, Compiled by Spectator staff

Global leader in logistics Prologis has revealed the name of its new ultimate spaceholder. The Bavarian automotive company BMW opened its new supply hub in the logistics park Prologis Park Bratislava, located next to the road from Senec to Pezinok, to be used by its plants in central and eastern Europe, mainly the CEE headquarters in Salzburg.

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