The Soviet-influenced city of the future - this is the epithet earned by the capital of Slovakia from the American CNN Travel. The author of the article concluded that the architecture of individual parts of the city is in sharp contrast to each other.
As an example, he cited the historic center from the classic Habsburg era and, on the other hand, modern high-rise buildings. However, the modernization of the city still does not end. On the contrary, developers are preparing projects that will change the face of Bratislava.
New Lido and five thousand new apartments
The Index portal focused on individual projects, which compiled a list of those that can be classified as the most important.
Slovakia is still a safe investment destination, according to the analysis of real estate consulting firm CBRE. The report also shows that the volume of investments in real estate in Slovakia broke the record last year.
The building, inspired by a former steam mill, will bring new energy to the tenants' plans, but will also become an accelerator of their healthy lifestyle. The Mill will be accessible by bike as easily as on foot or by car.
The company Corwin has long been profiled as a developer that is not indifferent to the environment. Their building from 2019, Bratislava's Einpark Offices, received the LEED Zero Carbon certificate. This, unlike the LEED Platinum certificate it already held, does not assess the carbon footprint built into the structure during construction, but the carbon footprint arising from the operation of the building and transport to and from it.
The share of certified office real estate in 18 European markets reached 20 %
The ranking of the ranking holds Bratislava, but also Amsterdam, Bucharest, Budapest, Prague or Warsaw
The least sustainable buildings (with a ratio of about 5 %) is in Denmark, Italy or Sweden
According to CBRE findings, the share of a net signed area in certified buildings represents up to 63 %, with the European average of just over 30 %
New CBRE research has identified four key areas that will influence people's real estate decisions: mental well-being, location of both living and working, ESG principles and hybrid working
More than 40% of respondents who plan to move in the next two years want to live near city centers. Only 10% want to live abroad
Despite the fact that we work from home more and more often, offices are still important for companies and their employees. Up to 90% of Europeans want to work flexibly, i.e. both from home and from the office
Our shopping behavior is also changing. Consumers buy up to 7 out of 10 product categories in brick-and-mortar stores rather than online
The skyline of Bratislava and its center will soon be complemented by another skyscraper. The multifunctional Ister Tower complex will be built by the investment group DRFG in cooperation with the local developer The Galata Group (TGG).
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