Currently there are only two supermarket chains operating in Ilava, CBA and Lidl. Now the German supermarket chain is planning to replace its old shop with a completely new store to be built on the same street, only 500m from the original.
Lidl plan to start construction work in March and finish within six months. The cost of the project is estimated at 2.5 million euros.
The land, almost 1 hectare, is located at the south-western end of Štúrova street, near the roundabout. The shop itself will take up an area of 2,400 square metres and there will be a parking available for 120 cars.
Other concerns in the neighbourhood include a Slovnaft petrol station and mainly larger industrial companies such as the Euro Truck Station, Comex Trans, Foosung Slovakia, Woorum Slovakia and Climat Control among others.
However, there is also a planned shopping zone with a capacity for 25 shops close to the site of the new Lidl store.
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The Finnish company, YIT, has launched the sale of flats in the second phase of its Nuppu project. This residential project in Ružinov, constructed on the site of a former industrial compound, will provide 106 flats and 2 business areas and should be completed by the end of 2018.
This summer construction work on a new residential district called Soho Park will begin. Family houses and blocks of flats should be completed by the end of next year on the site of a former high school in the Hadovce district, Reality Trend wrote.
Demand for new flats in the real estate market is still high, however supply is growing faster, agreed participants at the expert conference, Real Estate Market 2017. The price of flats is still rising, however the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS) does not anticipate a real estate bubble.
Seven months before its planned opening the Eperia shopping centre, built by J&T Real Estate and the first modern shopping centre in Prešov, is already 80 percent occupied, according to Reality Trend. The official opening is planned for the middle of November.
The EcoPoint administrative office building in Košice is set to expand. The seat of IT, Hi-tech companies, medical labs and assisted reproduction facilities, will double its current rentable area, Trend Reality wrote.
Lucron Development have finished the first of the six new blocks of flats which make up their Malé Krasňany project. The final inspection of the building is ongoing and about 85 percent of the residences have been sold.
The BBC Domy investment company is planning to build 99 family houses, 18 terraced houses and a multifunctional building in the village of Nová Dedinka, near Senec, the TASR newswire informed.