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Prologis launches two new speculative developments

Prologis launches two new speculative developments
Published: 1 week ago

Owner and developer of distribution facilities Prologis began speculative construction of two buildings with a total area at 22,300 square metres in the Prologis Park Bratislava, located close to Senec.

Office market offers without new buildings in 1Q

Office market offers without new buildings in 1Q
Published: 2 weeks ago

No new office building in Bratislava offered rental space in the first quarter of 2015, though there are several projects whose construction is underway. This stems from the statements of representatives from the Bratislava Research Forum (BRF), composed of companies Cushman & Wakefield, Colliers International, CBRE and JLL.

Real estate prices rise in the EU, including Slovakia

Real estate prices rise in the EU, including Slovakia
Published: 3 weeks ago

The European Union faces a gradual recovery of prices in the real estate market. This is a result of better economic development, an improved situation in the labour market and low interest rates in the eurozone, according to the recent Eurostat statistics office data.

Construction works of the Pri Mýte project began

Construction works of the Pri Mýte project began
Published: 1 month ago

The Penta investment group started the construction of the residential houses within the first phase of its Residences Pri Mýte project in Bratislava. It also announced the sale of flats within the second phase.

Real estate experts expect market stagnation

Real estate experts expect market stagnation
Published: 1 month ago

Experts in real estate expect in the following months a moderate development of the market, stagnation of the number of sold properties and stagnation or only a slight increase in the prices.



Green Atrium passed into service in Trnava

Green Atrium passed into service in Trnava
Published: 5 days ago, Compiled by Spectator staff

Trnava has the very first passive residential house in Slovakia called Green Atrium. The originally ruined building of the former polygraphic firm was rebuilt by the SMF Marko company into a complex with 44 flats.

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