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PANORAMA CITY – The Bratislava Manhattan

Just a few steps away from the Danube promenade, close to the Eurovea shopping centre and the Slovak National Theatre, two slim residential towers in the form of a triangle will rise, and with their height of 108 metres, they are to become part of the vista of the capital, and also the tallest residential towers in Slovakia. The basic concept of Panorama City was designed by world renowned architect Ricardo Bofill from Barcelona. The studio of Slovak architect Juraj Hermann – who is a recipient of many architectural awards, too – picked up the threads of Bofill’s work.

(Source: Courtesy of J&T REAL ESTATE, a.s.)

Just a few steps away from the Danube promenade, close to the Eurovea shopping centre and the Slovak National Theatre, two slim residential towers in the form of a triangle will rise, and with their height of 108 metres, they are to become part of the vista of the capital, and also the tallest residential towers in Slovakia. The basic concept of Panorama City was designed by world renowned architect Ricardo Bofill from Barcelona. The studio of Slovak architect Juraj Hermann – who is a recipient of many architectural awards, too – picked up the threads of Bofill’s work.

Panorama City will bring six hundred new flats to the lucrative locality of the Old Town, which will significantly enhance the limited possibilities of living in the centre of Bratislava.

“A splendid locality, effective and stylish layout/setup of the flats, good-quality equipment as standard, excellent views of the city, and one of the best available prices for new flats in downtown Bratislava: all of these are reasons why a record number of 235 flats was sold in a single month. Due to the fact that we would like to keep the favour of clients, we are now offering flats at more favourable prices, which will be valid only until the launch of the construction, i.e. until the end of June 2013,” Katarína Krajňáková, spokesperson of J & T Real Estate – which is the project’s investor – informed.

The advantage of living in Panorama City is not only its superb location, but also the good-quality standard equipment of the flats, like wooden floors, interior doors without visible hinges, and carpets and tapestries in common rooms. Garages will be – just like the reception area – monitored by a camera system placed at the entry and exit. Since there is never enough time, four fast lifts will be placed in each tower, enabling Panorama City inhabitants to reach their flats at a speed of up to 3 metres per second.

Panorama City offers exceptional benefits with the flats, like interest rates of repayments up to 2.5 percent P.A., and a 1-percent bonus; a ski pass for the best Slovak ski resorts for the whole season and a season ticket for the Golem Club fitness centre at Tower 115. The Panorama City showroom is open at Pribinova Street 19 in Bratislava, next to the Eurovea gallery, where visitors can see models of the flats with an authentic simulation of Bratislava’s views. You can find more information at www.panoramacity.sk.

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