The construction of the retail park in the commercial zone of Pharos Park near Bratislava airport is nearing reality. The investor, the company LFS, has introduced changes in the construction plan of the park, with adjustments to the shopping area and an increase in the number of storeys of the building, the Reality.etrend.sk website reported.
While LFS, which owns the land below the retail park, originally wanted to build two single-storey blocks offering commercial premises with a total area of 13,580 square metres, today the plans are to build only one building with three above-ground and one underground storey and a widened gross floor area of 31,200 square metres.
“A change in performance indicates 10,613.64 square metres of built-up area for the commercial premises,” wrote the investor in the intention for investment, as quoted by Reality.etrend.sk.
The new retail zone project next to the Sconto, Bauhaus and Decathlon stores should offer 7,620 square metres of net shopping area and 347 parking places in contrast to the originally planned 480. The underground floor should serve for stock-keeping and facilities for staff and visitors.
The investor has not presented the distribution of the new building yet, however, the previous project of two blocks would have offered eight business spaces with individual outdoor entrances and three individual areas with 12 business spaces, respectively.
LFS is an associate of the firm Development 4 which controls the construction of whole Pharos Park project, Reality.etrend.sk wrote.
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