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New residential zone to be built in Bratislava

New residential zone to be built in Bratislava
Published: 2 weeks ago

Bratislava will have a new residential zone Podunajská Brána, situated in Bratislava’s Podunajské Biskupice borough. The sale of plots within the first phase of the project, on which new family houses will stand, starts in February 2016.

Central will change hands

Central will change hands
Published: 3 weeks ago

Bratislava’s shopping centre Central has a new investor. Allianz Real Estate company acquired 100-percent stock in the centre from development company Immocap Group in late 2015 for €175 million, which makes it the biggest transaction in Slovakia’s real estate sector in the past year.

More than 3,800 new flats sold in Bratislava last year

More than 3,800 new flats sold in Bratislava last year
Published: 3 weeks ago

The positive trend in the residential market of new buildings in Bratislava continued also during the last three months of 2015. New projects were added, while the demand for real estate remained high compared with the previous seven years. As a result, the price of available flats kept rising throughout the year.

Nearly €19 billion provided in housing loans in November

Nearly €19 billion provided in housing loans in November
Published: 1 month ago

Slovak banks provided housing loans worth €18.96 billion in November 2015, up by €212.6 million compared to the previous month, according to the statistics published by the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS), the country’s central bank.

Europe witnesses new shopping centres boom

Europe witnesses new shopping centres boom
Published: 1 month ago

The increasing number of customers and investors are the main reasons for the expected boom in the new shopping centres in Europe. As a result, there may appear 9.7 million square metres of new retail areas by the end of 2016, according to Cushman & Wakefield commercial real estate services company.



Twin City loses a tenant

Twin City loses a tenant
Published: 5 days ago, Compiled by Spectator staff

Developer HB Reavis reportedly has lost a big tenant in its Twin City project. Company Swiss Re had announced in February 2015 that it would rent space in the multifunctional complex in Bratislava’s Mlynské Nivy area, which is currently under construction. However, it seems now it will not move there. The reason allegedly is that the developer changed the plans and will build a high-rise building instead of a park, the Reality.etrend.sk website reported.

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