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Prestigious address in Bratislava

VECTRA Group, the British-Indian developer, has rebuilt the former sanatorium on Hlboká Street into one of the most prestigious addresses in Bratislava. The extensive reconstruction of the building, which is under protection as a historical building, lasted from 2008 until autumn 2010, trendreality.sk, the website of the Trend weekly dedicated to real estate, wrote in mid February.The building now contains 27 rental apartments. The cheapest apartment, which is 85 square metres in size, is offered for a monthly rate of €1,992.

VECTRA Group, the British-Indian developer, has rebuilt the former sanatorium on Hlboká Street into one of the most prestigious addresses in Bratislava. The extensive reconstruction of the building, which is under protection as a historical building, lasted from 2008 until autumn 2010,
trendreality.sk, the website of the Trend weekly dedicated to real estate, wrote in mid February.
The building now contains 27 rental apartments. The cheapest apartment, which is 85 square metres in size, is offered for a monthly rate of €1,992.

The developer decided to rent the apartments rather than sell them, as it wants to keep the complex under its control. The building also has restaurants and a wellness/spa centre within its premises.

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