Will Bratislava gets its first modern skyscraper?Will Bratislava gets its first modern skyscraper?
Published: Yesterday 3:47 pm

Bratislava is scheduled to get a new landmark within a few years. The developer J&T Real Estate (JLRE) has obtained a development permit for the project of extending Eurovea on the Danube embankment. Included is the 168-metre high Eurovea Tower, the first building in Bratislava that meets the latest criteria for being called a skyscraper, i.e. higher than 150 metres. The residence tower will have 47 storeys and have almost more than 380 residential units. The project will add 84,000 square metres of retail premises to the existing ones in the first phase of Eurovea, the Hospodárske Noviny wrote.

Sihoť Park being built near TrenčínSihoť Park being built near Trenčín
Published: 1 week ago

The Saudi-Arabian company Sisban has started building a brand new logistics park near the village Chocholná-Velčice in the Trenčín Region. Sihoť Park will spread over 160,000 square metres, while investments are projected at €50 million. This is the company’s first investment in Slovakia, the TASR newswire reported.

House ownership is becoming less attainable for manyHouse ownership is becoming less attainable for many
Published: 1 week ago

Tightening of conditions for taking mortgages has made house ownership less available for many Slovaks. Banks do not provide mortgages covering 100-percent of real estate prices anymore, and thus those interested financing a house or flat via a mortgage must pay a portion of the purchase price in cash.

New Stein changes to Steinerka Business CenterNew Stein changes to Steinerka Business Center
Published: 3 weeks ago

New Stein, an office building recently built on the former Stein brewery premises in Bratislava has a new owner. MiddleCap Real Estate Ltd. sold the building to Prvý Realitný Fond managed by IAD Investments. Even though they did not reveal the price, the companies claim that it is one of the largest real estate transactions in Slovakia for 2018.

Arch Award goes to Nádvorie in Trnava by Vallo Sadovsky ArchitectsArch Award goes to Nádvorie in Trnava by Vallo Sadovsky Architects
Published: 3 weeks ago

The prestigious architecture award Arch went to the Vallo Sadovsky Architects studio for the Nádvorie (Courtyard) project in Trnava involving reconstruction and extension of a set of historical buildings in the city centre.

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