A very unusual building will soon be erected in the business capital of Cyprus, Limassol. The highlight of the new building will be spacious terraces and vertical landscaping of the facade.
The Cyprus Department of Environment issued a permit for the construction of the Clelia in Agios Tychonas, Limassol.
By the way, the construction of a multi-storey residential complex has been progressing at an active pace for several months.
The cost of the project is estimated at 11 million euros.
According to the release, the 19-story high-rise will have a height of 75.3 m. The total area of the building site is 7,045 m2. Clelia is a project designed for investment in real estate in Cyprus. It will have apartments with an average area of 100 m2.
The complex will have a private swimming pool and a gym, a tennis court, a room for children. For the convenience of the owners of the complex, an underground parking for 41 parking spaces will be equipped, 4 of which will be allocated for people with disabilities, and 4 for guests of the complex.
In total, there are 26 luxury residential units in the high-rise. Potential buyers will be given a choice of 2-, 3-, 4-bedroom apartments, as well as a luxurious 5-bedroom penthouse on the top floor.
The new complex is being built in the immediate vicinity of the Cyprus Sailing Federation and just 100 m from the sea.
The southern end of the construction site is adjacent to the coastal avenue of Amathus, where mixed commercial and tourist facilities are located, and the northern and eastern end is adjacent to public roads, the construction of which has not yet been completed.
The owner of the project is the company Clelia Hatzioannou & VM Estates, and the contractor company that implements it is Vassos Markides Estates.
The commissioning of the facility is scheduled for the end of 2023.
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