A new residential project is starting in the centre of Senec in the coming days. The Kvalstav company is constructing a new building called Senec Centrum, wrote Reality Trend.
The project will arise at 1. Máj Square, in Senec in the neighbourhood of the previously built project Centrum project. The investor has projected a 6-floor multifunctional block, with shops and services situated on the ground floor and the rest consisting of residences. Altogether, the project will offer 36 flats (with 1-, 2- or 3-bedrooms) and seven studios, informed Reality Trend.
Sales have already started. Prices range from €1,367 to €1,484 per square metre. Cellar space is included in the price for each. Parking space will incur an extra charge. Garages cost €12,000 with the capacity for 49 cars. Sales have been ongoing since May 1, according to the website with three flats already sold and 17 reserved, as Reality Trend stated.
Photo: Senec Centrum
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