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Comfort of peaceful living

The perks of rural life and modern family houses complemented by civic amenities and a common public space.

NOVÁ ALEJ MARTINA BENKU

Project Nova Alej Martina Benku is a unique project for inhabitans who love rural living and pleasant natural surroundings, but want to remain close to town. The area includes about 100 building lands, 140 apartments and 15 houses ranging from 34-120 sqm in size.

In addition, it is comprised of nearly 220 sqm of commercial areas, a large park, children ́s play areas and sport facilities for open-air fitness.

Location: Kostolište (near Malacky)
Completion date: summer 2019
Website: www.novaalejmartinabenku.sk
Developer: ATOPS Development, Mlynské Nivy 48, 821 09 Bratislava, www.atops.sk

NOVÁ TEHEĽŇA SENEC

Project Nová tehelňa Senec is located in the northern part of Senec, close to the new crossroad Blatné. It’s composed of 14 buildings with a total of 385 apartments ranging from 34- 99 sqm in size (56 apartments is in 1. phase) with green spaces, children ́s play areas, sport facilities and commercial areas.

Nová tehelňa is a high-quality space located close to the town centre. In 1. phase, the gross built area is 2,244.50 sqm and the gross lettable area of 685 sqm is available for retail space.

Location: Senec
Completion date: autumn 2020
Website: www.novatehelna.sk
Developer: ATOPS Development, Mlynské Nivy 48, 821 09 Bratislava, www.atops.sk

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