The first of three residential towers of Sky Park, a project designed by the prominent Zaha Hadid Architect studio in Bratislava, reached its final height at the 31st above-ground floor at the end of last year. The other two towers will reach their final height during the first half of this year. Construction of the first of two office buildings and restoration of the historical heating plant known as Jurovičova Tepláreň are going on as well.
“In spite of the technical and architectonic exceptionality of the project, construction is in line with the timetable,” said Juraj Nevolník, executive director of the developer Penta Real Estate Slovensko.Construction of Zaha Hadid project in Bratislava launched Read more
Most of apartments in the first tower have been already sold. The most expensive and luxurious one in the whole project is located in the first tower on the 29th floor. The price tag of the 260 metre square penthouse boasting an excellent panoramic view over Bratislava is €1.7 million.
“It is already booked,” said Michal Rehák of Penta Real Estate, specifying for the Plus Jeden Deň daily that the buyer is Slovak, but that they do not know his identity.
While the lucky owner of the penthouse will be able to enjoy the view over Bratislava even from the bathtub, others residents will still have the possibility of enjoying the view from the highest floor of the tower.
“Each Sky Park resident will be able to take a card from reception enabling him or her to take their visitors to the viewpoint on the highest floor,” said Rehák.
The project consists of four 31-storey residential towers, three of which are under construction. The first three residential towers will offer almost 800 apartments and 1,100 parking spaces. The fourth residential tower is currently in the process of obtaining necessary permits; its construction should kick off in early 2020.Historical heating plant will return to life with a different function Read more
The project includes two administrative buildings, one already under construction. The project envisages a minimal built-up area and the creation of a new city park.
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