Gran Via Real Estate buys 2,400 sqm in Fabrica de Gheata street

Aurel Constantin 03/02/2021 | 11:32

The Spanish origin developer, Gran Via Real Estate, announces the acquisition of a new land, located on Fabrica de Gheață Street, in the immediate vicinity of the Urban Highway.

“The new land with an area of 2,395 square meters will allow us to build a project of 90 apartments, for which we plan to start construction this year, with 24 months delivery date from the moment we are going to start”, says Antoanela Comsa, General Manager, Gran Via Romania.

The new project will put two and three-room apartments on the market, with a direct view to Plumbuita lake and park. Due to the proximity to the Urban Highway, the new project will be an affordable housing alternative for those targeting the Aviation area.

Gran Via has a 15-year history on the Romanian market, specializing in the conversion of former industrial lots into residential projects, which have changed the face of the city for the better. The developer completed over 2,000 apartments in Bucharest, in projects such as Gran Via Park, Timișoara 58 (both in sector 6 of the Capital) and Aviației Apartments, in sector 1. In Constanța, the developer is building the Gran Via Marina complex, near the mall Vivo!, 10 minutes from Mamaia resort.

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