The four office buildings opposite the Avion Shopping Park in Bratislava have rented premises for well-known companies like Oracle, Tempest, Datalan and Hewlett-Packard. Now, almost 10 years after the announcement of the construction of the fourth building, a fifth project is in the pipeline, the Reality.etrend.sk website reported.
Developing company, Galvaniho 5, has submitted an intention to start building a new office complex in the third quarter of 2017. The Galvaniho Business Centrum V building will stand immediately next to its predecessors
“The purpose of the proposed activities is to construct a multifunctional building with a predominant administration concern supplemented by public facilities in parterre with parking available in both underground and over-ground garages,” wrote the investor in the intention document, as quoted by Reality.etrend.sk.
The C-shaped building will consist of six floors above ground and two underground amounting to a total of 15,886 square metres of office area, which should provide work for around 1,400 employees. There will be two separate entrances with reception, a seperate employee's entrance and premises for a canteen, a café and business activities. In addition, the development company promises 581 parking spaces of which 393 will be in the basement.
The owners of the Galvaniho 5 company include the IT company Asseco Central Europe, located on Trenčianska Street in Bratislava and Pavel Fellner and Martin Šechny of the development company Cresco Invest Group. The opening ceremony for the complex is scheduled for the third quarter of 2021, Reality.etrend.sk wrote.
Caption: Area near the Avion Shopping Park where the the Galvaniho 5 office building should stand.
Photo: Google Street View
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