Deck: The flagship project includes lots of green space and above-standard materials for the flats in three villas.
Architectural company ITB Development gained needed permission after two years for their project Gansberg Koliba. Construction of the compound of three city villas with almost 50 large flats has started, Reality Trend stated.
The developer described the the Gansberg Koliba as a flagship project. At the estate of 6,500 square metres he will build three 4-floor buildings, each with 16 or 17 flats, Reality Trend reported.
Almost half of them are 4-bedroom flats with size ranging from 104 to 138 square metres. The rest are mainly two-bedroom and three-bedroom flats with two 1-bedroom flats and one 5-bedroom apartment. Sizes range between 29 and 216 square metres with front yards, balconies and terraces, some of them extraordinary large. Green space takes up more than two thirds of the estate, Reality Trend wrote.
Prices of flats are between 2,700 and 3,200 euros per square metre in above-standard outfitting that includes floor heating, wooden floors, aluminium windows and terraces from exotic woods. ITB traditionally offers the possibility to adjust flats according to the buyer’s wishes, Reality Trend stated.
Also, a playground and relax zone with benches should be constructed at the estate. Moreover, there will be 68 garage parking spots and 18 parking spots outside, Reality Trend informed.
While Bratislava already accommodates almost 30 shopping centres, another one is on the horizon. Macho Consulting, a company that has been devoted especially to residential projects in the past, will build Matrix Mall in the more or less industrial zone of Bratislava in the borough of Nové Mesto. The shopping centre on the corner of Magnetova and Vajnorská streets, close to the Vozovňa Nové Mesto depot, will offer retail and office space.
Trnava-based tycoon Vladimír Poór has sold the recently opened City Arena shopping centre in Trnava to Peter Korbačka, the head of the board of directors of the developer J&T Real Estate. The latter already owns the Eurovea shopping centre in Bratislava. Neither the price nor other details of the transaction have been disclosed.
The emptied defective Apollo Business Centre 1 in Bratislava will be replaced by a brand-new construction. The developer HB Reavis estimates the launch of demolition work for the end of 2018. Construction work on the new business centre, the Nové (new) Apollo should start in late 2019 and be complete in 2021. Exact dates will depend on permission processes.
Bratislava is to get another revitalised public space. The developer Corwin is renewing a neglected park on Kmeťovo Square in the Old Town borough. Works on the park, which lies between Bernolákova and Wilsonova Streets, have already started and should be complete by the beginning of the summer.
The main industrial regions in Slovakia are reporting a lack of accommodation capacity for workers. These are in the vicinities of industrial and logistics parks mostly along highways connecting Bratislava with Košice (D1), leading from Bratislava to the Czech Republic (D2) and the dual carriageway from Trnava to Banská Bystrica (R1).
The developer, belonging to the Bencont Group has already started pulling down the buildings and cleaning the three-hectare area. “We believe that Rínok Rača, which we will begin to construct soon, will be the new centre of the borough and will naturally fit into the life of its citizens,” said Martin Šimurda, representative of the developer Rínok Rača, as cited in the press report.
The new indebting rules tightened by the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS) will primarily impact citizens of the Slovak capital, Bratislava. They will be able to buy on credit, from an average wage, maximally a one-room flat in a new building or a two-room flat in an older block of flats. Other regions will be significantly less affected by the new lending cap, Poštová Banka has found out.