The investment group, Proxenta, has presented the final view of its 13-floor tower block at Račianske mýto. The project, called the Proxenta Residence, includes offices and flats. Sales are due to start in September although advance sales will be available this summer. Construction started at the beginning of this year and should be completed by the end of 2018, Reality Etrend wrote.
The Proxenta Residence offers 64 2-room flats and apartments with areas between 46.8 and 62 square meters. Most of them are accompanied by a balcony or loggia. The price includes cellar space with aluminium windows, wooden floors and the fittings for the installation of air-conditioning as standard.
The residential space in the tower block starts on the fifth floor, while offices with an area of 1,800 square metres occupy the floors below. Some of the office space has been reserved as the new home for Proxenta itself, Reality Etrend informed.
“We did not build the tower block only for future residents but also for ourselves. We will be able to meet with the owners daily and we will focus more on building to the highest possible quality,” said Pavol Kožík, the owner of Proxenta group, as quoted by Reality Etrend.
The residential and office parts will have their own lifts. The administrative part of the building will be serviced by a transparent panoramic glass lift opening at Račianske mýto. The parking system includes four drive-gates that will park the car in the parking space. There is a capacity of 138 parking places.
“The automatic parking system is a usual part of modern cities. Its advantage is a significant saving of parking space,” explained P. Kožík, as quoted by Reality Etrend, adding that the system is also convenient for users.
Reality Etrend stated that the Proxenta group are also the backers of the Weinhauer and Kesselbauer projects in Bratislava and Townhill in Nitra as well as other similar concerns.
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