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.
A thorough refurbishment of the Trnavské Mýto pedestrian underpass, a dilapidated but significant hub of public transport in Bratislava, was launched on October 16. Works are projected to last nine months with the plan being to open the renewed underpass in mid July 2018. The work will be divided into phases in order that people can use the underpass during its revitalisation. The Immocap Group are the company responsible for the refurbishment and will invest €2.5 million into the project while Bratislava city council will provide €1.2 million for the purchase and installation of new escalators and lifts.
Coca-Cola HBC Česko a Slovensko, a company within the Coca-Cola Hellenic group, has sold its production and distribution premises of 155,000 square metres, including all technologies, in Lúka near Piešťany to Priemyselný Areál Lúka. The deal followed the decision of Coca-Cola to move its production from Slovakia to Austria. Both parties agreed not to disclose the value of the transaction.
Slovak-Finnish company YIT Slovakia has launched the sale of apartments in the third phase of the STEIN2 project in Bratislava. For the first time, there are apartments with terraces on offer. The final building approval is expected during the last quarter of 2018.
A Large industrial compound that has not served any purpose for years will be transformed into one of the biggest and most lucrative reality projects in the town of Banská Bystrica. On an area of four hectares will arise a new multifunctional compound of buildings.
The hotel, compound of the highest class, will be built over two years near Vrbické pleso. Investments are estimated at 40 million euros. Construction works have already started.
Spa Bojnice wants to improve and widen their accommodation and spa services. According to plans, the improvements should ensure a new hotel compound that will bear the name Čajka Bojnice, Reality Trend wrote.
54 new flats will become available on the border between the Ružinov and Nové Mesto districts of the Capital, Reality Trend wrote.