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Modern luxury next to the Blue Church

Although modern in architecture, Bezručova Residence preserves Bratislava's rich history through luxurious and innovative living.

Bezručova Residence, a unique residential complex in the centre of Bratislava, connects a long history with modern architectural appearance and even luxury. And just these elements are able to satisfy demanding clients who appreciate traditions and quality.

Bezrucova Residence contains 8 floors and 113 apartments, ranging from 25 to 200m2 in size. Of the gross lettable area of 6500 m2, 4700 m2 is used for office space, 1200 m2 for retail, and 500 m2 for storage.

Location: Bezručova 5, Bratislava
Completion date: 03/2019
Website: www.bezrucova.sk
Developer: Bezručová Invest s.r.o., Bezručova 5, 811 09 Bratislava

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