Move in immediately, if you feel like it

Living close to the centre of Bratislava has many advantages.

Very soon, those who move into the completed building of the Urban Residence’s A Project on Račianska Street will get to experience this. The B building is under construction, with the final approval planned for the first half of 2019, while the sale and construction of the high-rise building C should be completed by winter 2020.

You can now join fellow residents of the unique residential project of the Lucron company and choose between more than 80 flats and apartments, all of which are equipped with a spacious balcony.

In Bratislava’s wider centre, close to Račianske Mýto, the first apartment houses of the Urban Residence project have been erected along Račianska Street. Not far from the expanding locality Filiálka, a clearly distinguishable, beautiful, and modern residential project, created by the Lucron company, appeared. It offers urban living in well-equipped flats, plenty of parking, shops, services and a 6 000 m² park in the inner yard. It is the biggest public park on a private plot in Bratislava.

Urban Residence is particularly attractive for those who want to be as close as possible to the heart of the city and enjoy everything it has to offer – i.e. not just culture and shopping centres, but also relaxation zones and natural surroundings for sports and hikes. It takes just a short walk, bike ride, or ride on city transport to get to work, entertainment, and sporting areas. Urban Residence also offers services and small shops in a parterre, including a chemist’s, pharmacy, general practitioner, along with cafés, a grocery store and a fresh gastronomy products shop.


When designing flats, the right architectural set-up is key. Each flat is spacious and functional, without unnecessary rooms. The living room has a French window that provides great natural lighting during the day. Every flat has the advantage of a big balcony and good-quality equipment for added convenience and efficiency. Thus, the prices already include top products by renowned suppliers, such as an anti-fire entrance door, high-quality windows, a modern interior door, big-sized parquet floor, designer bathrooms, tiles and sanitary equipment. Thus, you can save money compared to an unfurnished flat, and you have above-standard equipment you would have to pay extra for elsewhere.

Services are another story: the concept of apartment living brings residents various opportunities of maintenance, use and habitation of the flat/apartment. The administrator of Urban Residence is Lucron’s sister company Bytrex, which was founded to promote greater cooperation between residents, the developer, builder and administrator “under one roof”. Residents use and pay for services only when they really need them. This includes cleaning, washing, various minor repairs, and package and letters retrieval. They can also order meals or food from ground-floor shops to be delivered to their door.

Purchasing an apartment in the Urban Residence is also an excellent investment. If you plan to rent the space for the short or long-term, real-estate experts are at your disposal and will help you place your offer on specialised websites and oversee the contractual relations. For short-term rentals, cleaning and washing is on offer as well.


The investor of the Urban Residence project has had several successful modern housing projects in Slovakia, and plenty experience from abroad.
Lucron is behind the successful project Malé Krasňany in Bratislava and the new Trnava borough Arboria. Houses in Urban Residence were finalised by the renowned local studio Compass Architekti, which has already completed many projects.

The architects’ intention was to include new urban facilities and services in the project and bring life to the public space on the other side of Račianska Street. They designed a generous park in the inner courtyard which – together with a lively parterre – will create a cohesive city environment. They also focused on wheelchair and general accessibility. The crossing passages will connect Račianska Street with the inner courtyard and the wider space towards Škultétyho Street. Along the city road, a new cycling path and pavement will also be made.


The final approval of the A building has been completed in accordance with the time schedule. In the upcoming weeks, the first residents will start moving into their new flats, and the whole project will come to life. In construction, Lucron relies on the sister construction company L-Construction, which has been building a solid reputation and sticking to deadlines with the best experts on the market. Lucron also foresees meeting the construction schedule and deadline of final approval in mid-2019 for the B building and in winter 2020 for the C building. There are still free flats in the finished building A, so you can move into the Urban Residence now!

In cooperation with the bank, the developer also offers the unique possibility of financing with a 0% mortgage. From flat or apartment purchase all the way to final approval, they will pay all mortgage rates for you.

Available flats and apartments can be found on the project’s website, in the showroom, and the Urban Residence sales point, directly in the building on Račianska 24.

You can arrange to see the finished flats in person at

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