The developer of the Eurovea 2 project has revealed new details and visuals concerning the construction of its six-building, Bratislava riverfront development, Reality Etrend wrote. Part of the construction will be Slovakia’s first skyscraper, a building over 150 metres high according to the official criteria.
The main part of the development will consist of extending the shopping centre to an area of 84,000 square metres, building an underground parking area with more than 2,200 parking spaces, two buildings providing 40,300 metres of office space, 487 flats contained within a residential tower and a six-screen cinema.
Reality Etrend continued its description, adding that the whole development will extend over 8.5 hectares. The park will be enlarged to 15,000 square metres and the riverfront promenade will cover 2.3 hectares. Three new playgrounds are also planned.
The second phase will harmonise with the look of the existing buildings, gradually edging its way towards the Apollo bridge.
“We plan to construct a high-rise building with 46 floors, close to the bridge,” explains Peter Korbačka, the owner of the development, as quoted by Reality Etrend. With a height of 160 metres it will be the first skyscraper in Slovakia.
Eurovea 2 is divided into separate buildings so that its boundaries flow seamlessly into those of the historical centre and the River Danube. The project will provide Bratislava inhabitants with sport zones, shops, services, work opportunities, playgrounds and a wide range of restaurants with the Riverside promenade extending to the Apollo bridge, Reality Etrend informed.
“Thanks to Eurovea, the riverside of Bratislava came to life several years ago. With the second phase, we are going to support and widen an area that city dwellers enjoy so much,” added Korbačka for Reality Etrend.
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Residence Búdková will offer 26 above-standard flats in the neighbourhood of Horský park in the centre of Bratislava. The project will arise at Búdková street near project Villa Penat and Horský Park City Villas, Reality Trend wrote.
Another project of changing industrial objects into living spaces is following projects such as Mlynica, Design Center Jarovce or Lofty Kominárska. Apartment house Ludwig is the first step in changing the compound of what was formerly Ludwig’s Mill between Metodova and Krížna streets near the shopping centre Central, Reality Trend wrote.
The smaller project Corner House that is currently in construction will now extend as far as that Byty na plavárni (Flats near the swimming pool), closing a passageway on Bajzova street. There will be nine flats in the house with four floors, Reality Etrend wrote.
RXT are planning to demolish the building of the former Research institute of viniculture and winery in the Nové Mesto city district and replace it with the new multifunctional Wine House.
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.
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.