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Atria Urban Resort, new residential project with 1,400 apartments near Straulesti Lake in Bucharest

Straulesti Lac Alfa SA, a company owned by SIF Moldova and Cityring Property announces the development of a large-scale residential village with 1,400 apartments set in four phases up to 2023, following an investment of over 100 million Euro.

2018-08-30 11:42:15

The new project is being built in Bucharest′s Sector 1, near Straulesti Lake, adjacent to the Colosseum Retail Park, and spans across nine hectares of land. The first phase comprising 160 apartments (studios, one and two bedrooms), a private park and a pool dedicated to residents is already under construction and is to be delivered in Q3 2019.

Along facilities such as playgrounds, pools, pedestrian paths or dedicated areas where kids can interact directly with nature, the community will benefit from its Community Manager whose role will be to organize events for residents from parenting and educational programs to parties, free-time activities, art shows and exhibitions.

The first phase includes the sale of studios with net areas of 40 sqm., one-bedroom apartments (with net areas between 50-60 square meters) and two-bedroom apartments (with net areas in the 65-85 square meters range) The average sale price is 1,150 Euro/ net per sqm + VAT, so that most of the units satisfy requirements for the legal five per cent VAT.



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