Eurovea City, which is gradually taking on the role of a new social and cultural center of the city, brings new opportunities for housing, sports, entertainment and work. And all available without long car journeys. The dominant feature of the district will be the first Slovak skyscraper EUROVEA TOWER, which with a height of 168 meters will change the view of Bratislava. An important part of the new district is large public spaces with an emphasis on humane urbanism, the concept of which was prepared by the world-famous architect and urban planner Beth Galí. The main artery will be the green city boulevard Pribinova thanks to the support of all kinds of movement. Pedestrian-friendly and open for ecological tram transport, it diverts up to 80 percent of cars underground, creating a full-fledged central space with wide sidewalks and a safe segregated cycle path. Eurovea City is not the only JTRE project to win the CIJ Awards Slovakia. In 2017, the Zuckermandel district at the foot of the castle gate won up to four awards. After all, CIJ EUROPE has been providing interviews with people who shape the industry for 26 years and is an important and reliable source of information in Northern, Central and Eastern Europe.


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