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Accessible Urban Living

Urban Residence is a multi-use building geared towards renters with a love for urban living in an accesible and peaceful environment.

Urban Residence is an urban housing project offering flats, retail space and mutifunctional appartments to be used for accomodation but also for rental or use as a business residence. The project focuses on people who prefer an urban life style who want to have infrustructure as close as possible. Living in Urban Residence is a perfect combination of modern life, a nice environment, simple accessibility and a good price.

Urban Residence, with a gross built area of 55,845 m2 contains 7-12 floors and 442 apartments, ranging from 28.15 to 201.23m2 in size. The gross lettable area of 3,297 m2 is available for retail space.

Location: Račianska 24, Bratislava
Completion date: AI - 7/2018, AII - 9/2018, B - 12/2018
Website: www.urbanresidence.sk
Developer: Lucron Development a.s. (Lucron Group), Apollo Business Center II, blok H, Mlynské Nivy 49, Bratislava 821 09

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