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THE PROJECT

EUROVEA2 will comprise apartments, retail and offices, as well as new public spaces and a lengthened embankment promenade as far as Apollo bridge.

A NEW QUARTER

The original Eurovea project brought much-needed colour and life to the Danube waterfront, and stage 2 will continue this momentum. The architecture, functions and uses will continue from and expand on the first stage with new features, sports areas, and large public spaces. The range of cafés and restaurants will be notably extended and new kids’ playgrounds will also be added. The sum impact of all these changes will be Eurovea’s transformation into a fully-fledged Bratislava city quarter.

FACTS AND FIGURES

EUROVEA today → after EUROVEA2 completion

 

Surface area

4,6 hectares → 8,5 hectares

 

Shopping centre

59 000 sqm → 84 000 sqm

 

Waterfront park

8 400 sqm → 15 000 sqm

 

Embankment promenade

17 200 sqm → 23 200 sqm

 

Offices

24 500 sqm → 64 800 sqm

 

Apartments

235 → 722

 

Number of parking places

1 800 → 4 045

 

Kids’ playgrounds

2 → 5

 

Multiplex cinema

9 theatres → 15 theatres

 

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DEVELOPER AND PROJECT TEAM

THE DEVELOPER

J&T REAL ESTATE was founded in 1996 and belongs among the leaders in real estate development in Slovakia. Thanks to the scope and quality of its projects implemented across all segments of property market, the company has built a robust position among the highly competitive leading real estate developers of Central Europe.

J&T REAL ESTATE’s portfolio includes the development of office, residential, hotel and industrial projects, and comprises considerable experience in tourism development, including ski resorts.


THE ARCHITECTS

GFI provides architectural, interior design, and project engineering services. It delivers comprehensive support including construction and interior design, engineering, construction design, property development consulting, and authorial as well as technical project supervision. Since GFI was founded in 1996, the company has participated in the implementation of numerous challenging and high-profile projects.

GFI comprises two key departments – architectural and project engineering – their seamless cooperation provides optimal design and technical quality.

Company managers and partners are Ing. arch. Pavol Franko, authorized architect of the Slovak Chamber of Architects, and Ing. arch. Radoslav Grečmal authorized architect of the Slovak Chamber of Architects.