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YIT Reding bringing to Bratislava the Finnish style of housing

Finnish-Slovak developer YIT Reding belongs to the remarkable and unique group of developers, which are catchy and memorable not only thanks to its attitude to their own projects but also to their immediate surroundings. Modern approach, open communication and the clean ways and methods are one of signs of exceptionality and rarity of the brand YIT Reding. YIT Reding has been active in Slovakia since 2010, when the Finnish company YIT merged with the Slovak Reding, a.s.

TARJANE (Source: Courtesy of YIT Reding )

Finnish-Slovak developer YIT Reding belongs to the remarkable and unique group of developers, which are catchy and memorable not only thanks to its attitude to their own projects but also to their immediate surroundings. Modern approach, open communication and the clean ways and methods are one of signs of exceptionality and rarity of the brand YIT Reding. YIT Reding has been active in Slovakia since 2010, when the Finnish company YIT merged with the Slovak Reding, a.s.

Residential projects of the company YIT Reding bear in themselves the philosophy of difference among others that this developer forges ahead – Finnish style of housing. YIT Reding brings to Slovakia the construction solutions that respond and account for particularities of Slovakia, but gives also the quality esprit of the Finnish lifestyle.

In Bratislava's city district Dúbravka, the company YIT Reding has been going ahead with success and being on target with the construction of pilot residential project Tarjanne Dúbravka. The project will bring to this part of Bratislava 139 dwelling units in seven low-floor apartment houses that offer right away several benefits to future residents: Finnish quality of housing in the proximity of Devínska Kobyla, price affordability, as well as saving of energy costs due to having the features of low-energy buildings.

With a new residential project – Byty Villinki - the company YIT Reding has come also to Bratislava's city district Karlova Ves. The project, situated at the hillside slope Staré Grunty, will bring 64 flats in four small and low-floor apartment houses. Byty Villinki reflects Finland in the form of applied and utilised natural materials, sauna directly in the flat, Finnish design, but mainly the rational and architectonic solution articulation with a natural character of locality.
Uniqueness of the Finnish developer lies in the individual approach to each customer since the sale of flats of its projects has been in their own portfolio. Housing and living at the Finnish level has been brought by the company YIT Home – centre of selling the flats from the company YIT Reding a.s. in Slovakia.

In Slovakia the company YIT Reding engages especially in construction of residential projects, however, its portfolio consists of the approved administrative building Reding Tower 2 as well. Reding Tower 2 offers around 7 000 m2 of office spaces of the standard A in Bratislava's Rača for smaller and bigger tenants and renters.

Topic: Real Estate


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