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Conadi sold two-thirds of the first phase of Arcadia Apartments Domenii residential project

Conadi real estate consultancy company announced it has sold two-thirds of the first phase of the Arcadia Apartments Domenii residential complex, just two and a half months after the beginning of the construction works.

2017-11-10 13:20:13

The first construction phase consists of a 2S + P + 5E + 6-7R building with 193 studio units, two, three and four-room apartments, penthouses and duplexes and 240 totally underground parking spots. At the moment, developers are working on the two basements of the first building, where all the 240 parking spots will be disposed.

"Since the official launch of the project, the pace of the sale has been extremely alert, so we have signed up to 70 pre-contracts so far, and another 50 will be signed in the near future," said Daniela Barbu, marketing and communications specialist at Conadi. "Many of the buyers know the Domenii area very well and are in love with it. It is a very prestigious area of the Capital, very well connected to public transport and the main points of interest in Bucharest and without investment risk for clients."

Conadi manages the entire Arcadia Apartments Domenii development process, involving several departments within the company: Sales, Project Management, Legal, Communication & Marketing, Financial. The complex will have a total of about 800 apartments, built in three phases over a period of three years.

The two investors in Arcadia Apartments Domenii are Dan Sucu, the owner of the Mobexpert group, and Valentin Visoiu, owner of the Conarg group, through DVD Residential Imobiliare. The construction of the project is carried out by Conarg.



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