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Sekyra Group plans Sk11.3 billion real estate investment in Bratislava

THE LARGEST real estate group in the Czech Republic, Sekyra Group, plans to invest Sk11.3 billion into three projects in Slovakia over the next five years, the Pravda daily wrote.

The first project involves the construction of an apartment block on the premises of former threads producer Bratislavská Cvernová Továreň (BCT) in Bratislava. Estimated expenditures are projected at around Sk8 billion.

The second project will construct a multi-functional block of apartment buildings in Mlynská dolina. The third project is currently under development.

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