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Offer of new apartments in Bratislava hits new lowOffer of new apartments in Bratislava hits new low
Published: 3 days ago

At the end of 2018, the offer of housing units in newly finished apartment buildings in Bratislava hit a low since 2002-2005, when this market started developing in Slovakia. This resulted in an increase of average prices of apartments.

Tesco in Bratislava centre changes handsTesco in Bratislava centre changes hands
Published: 1 week ago

The iconic building of the British retail chain Tesco department store in the centre of Bratislava has changed hands. The new owner of the building is the Mirage Shopping Center company of Žilina-based businessman George Trabelssie. Since 2016 the retail chain Tesco has sold five department stores across Slovakia. Trabelssie, who is close to former chair of the Slovak National Party (SNS) Ján Slota, acquired Tesco department stores also in Nitra and Žilina, the Hospodárske Noviny business daily reported. Tesco will continue to operate in the building on Kamenné Square as it will rent the premises.

Reconstruction of the Danube hotel tops the list of the ugliest new buildingsReconstruction of the Danube hotel tops the list of the ugliest new buildings
Published: 2 weeks ago

The reconstruction of the Park Inn by Radisson Danube hotel in Bratislava has become the ugliest new building constructed between the years 2011 and 2018. As much as almost one third of 1002 participants in a survey organised by the website Trend Reality of the economic weekly Trend voted for it. The weekly launched the survey in early December. Its goal was to start a discussion and hold up a kind of mirror to developers.

Apartments report two-digit increase in prices in 2018Apartments report two-digit increase in prices in 2018
Published: 3 weeks ago

Prices of apartments grew at a two-digit pace in Slovakia in 2018. The average price of an apartment increased from €1,479 per square metre to €1,655 per square metre during the first 11 months of 2018. This means an increase of €176 per square metre or 11.9 percent, Vladimír Kubrický, analyst with the Real Estate Union, told the TASR newswire.

The new square in the Blumental development is named after mediaeval King Matthias CorvinusThe new square in the Blumental development is named after mediaeval King Matthias Corvinus
Published: 1 month ago

Bratislava’s Old Town has gotten a new square. It is part of a new office-residential complex called Blumental, built by the development company Corwin. It is flanked by streets Mýtna and Radlinského and interconnects with them. It was named after mediaeval King Matthias Corvinus, Matej Korvín Square.

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