Construction work along Kazanská street, the main road of the Podunajské Biskupice area of Bratislava city, is slowly nearing completion. The Valerián complex is under-going its final control checks a year after the Eco House project was finished. It comprises of two, eight-floor blocks of flats (sixty-four residences in total) connected by shops and underground garages, Reality Trend wrote.
Sales were launched in November 2015. Currently, there are ten flats available but many of them are reserved. One square metre costs about €1.800 including garage space, Reality Trend informed.
Near Valerián, the Bencont Development company is close to finishing its Mendelsohn project which had to be halted for a time. The construction works were renewed last year and the sale of flats started at the beginning of this year. The completion of the project is planned for the end of 2018, Reality Trend stated.
Two more projects are also underway in this area; Heaven House being constructed by the Greefin group on the opposite side of Kazanská street and rising a little bit further on, at the cross road with Uzbecká street, construction of the bigger Oppidum project with 133 flats on ten floors is taking place, Reality Trend wrote.
The Konopná Residence Company plans to build a new residential complex in the locality of Prievoz in the Ružinov part of the capital. It should be finished by 2020.
The investment group, Proxenta, has presented the final view of its 13-floor tower block at Račianske mýto. The project, called the Proxenta Residence, includes offices and flats. Sales are due to start in September although advance sales will be available this summer. Construction started at the beginning of this year and should be completed by the end of 2018, Reality Etrend wrote.
Project work by 13 students from the Architecture Faculty at the Slovak Technical University of Bratislava has resulted in new visions and uses for the Miletička market area. http://www.fa.stuba.sk/sk/ustavy/ustav-urbanizmu-a-uzemneho-planovania/aktivity-a-aktuality-ustavu/nova-tvar-mileticky.html?page_id=6474
A new residential project is planned for the free estate on Paulínska street in the centre of Trnava. Two five-floor blocks will go up, covering an area of 2,400 square metres, Reality Trend wrote.
The popularity of cottages, holiday houses and apartments is again increasing in Slovakia. Typical buyers are small families with children who have settled down and older couples searching for free time activities, informed nehnutelnosti.sk portal.
A new residential project is starting in the centre of Senec in the coming days. The Kvalstav company is constructing a new building called Senec Centrum, wrote Reality Trend.
Construction of the Solivaria Shopping Park in Prešov has finally started after years of preparations and delays. The retail zone near to the bus and train station will offer 10,500 square metres of shopping area in the first phase, Trend Reality wrote.