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Vox Vertical Village to be delivered in Timisoara at the end of 2019

Vox Vertical Village represents the first "vertical village" concept on the local real estate market and will reunite 120 houses in a building with ten levels. Over a third of the constructed area of the project will be represented by terraces and green areas.

2018-04-18 10:53:45

The project will be developed in Timisoara by Werk Property Group, one of the most active real estate developers in western Romania. Vox Vertical Village will be delivered on the market at the end of 2019.

Vox Vertical Village will reunite dwellings with one, two and three bedrooms, every dwelling being designed with a generous terrace having a surface of at least 57 square meters. The project will have a parking with 138 lots, out of which 94 on the underground.

Vox Vertical Village will be developed after an investment of 14 million Euros and will be delivered at the end of 2019. Vox Vertical Village is being developed in the immediate vicinity of Vox Technology Park, an office project with a leasable surface of 26,600 square meters developed also by Werk Property Group after an investment of 30 million Euros.

Vox Vertical Village will include a whole series of facilities (outdoor pool, cinema, fully equipped gym), a generous atrium and a "vertical forest" comprised out of over 1,000 trees and other plant types.

Additional to the two projects, Werk Property Group will also develop Vox Green Parking, with 400 parking lots that will increase the general accessibility of the area and will be added to the vast list of facilities available both for the tenants of Vox Technology Park and for the home owners from Vox Vertical Village.



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