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.
The PNK Group, an international developer of industrial and logistics real estate from Russia, has joined the European real estate market by constructing a new industrial park called PNK Park Sereď in western Slovakia. Spanning 45,000 square metres of industrial space, the park offers premises for various uses: storage, distribution centres and light industry assembly halls.
After the British carmaker Jaguar Land Lover (JLR) announced its plan to build a brand new plant in Nitra, local real estate prices skyrocketed. Now the situation seems to be calming down. This is because the central bank has tightened conditions for taking out mortgages as well as developers announcing projects for the construction of new apartments.
The Czech investment fund Arete Invest, focusing on investment in real estate, is building a new warehouse for the international chain of fashion e-shops Factcool in the industrial park at Nové Mesto nad Váhom.
Investors in Slovakia are becoming more interested in launching their projects on brownfield sites or old industrial premises, Martin Varačka, head of the department of industrial real estate at CBRE Slovensko, confirmed for the TASR newswire. Apart from their further use for manufacturing or warehousing, new functions including residential ones may also be found for such sites.
The average price of flats in all eight Slovak regional capitals increased over July. Nevertheless, the increase of a mere €8 per square metre, from €1,613 to €1,621 per square metre, is the lowest month-on-month increase over the last few months. Thus, the expectations of Vladimír Kubrický, analyst for Realitná únia, have been fulfilled after he predicted that, following the tightening of conditions for taking out mortgages introduced by the National Bank of Slovakia as of July 1, 2018, there would be a stabilisation of prices.
Investors invested almost €500 million into commercial real estate in Slovakia during the first half of 2018. This almost equals investments for the whole year of 2017, which amounted to €535 million, the data of the real estate consultancy company JLL indicates.
One Fashion Outlet 1 near the village of Voderady, the biggest outlet centre in Slovakia, has filed for bankruptcy, the Trend weekly informed. The further fate is now in the hands of the courts.