The Cyprus Department of Environment has approved the construction of a new large complex called Westminster Residences in Germasoia, Limassol.
Just 700 meters from the sea, the developer company will begin to erect a 17-storey high-rise and two detached 4-storey buildings. The total area of the building site will be 7,925 m2, the total surface area will be 2,718 m2, and the total area of buildings will be 9,663 m2.
The 81-meter high-rise will house residential apartments, a gym, a hammam, changing rooms, storage rooms, a room for electromechanical equipment, a roof garden with a swimming pool. In addition, parking for 44 cars is provided on the ground floor of the building. Ground parking for 52 parking spaces will also be equipped around the complex, 9 of them will be allocated for people with disabilities.
The individual buildings framing the main building will outwardly mirror each other. Their height will be about 18 m. The buildings will house residential apartments, storage rooms, rooms for electromechanical equipment, outdoor pools on the 3rd and 4th floors. Each house will be equipped with Parking for 7 cars.
The area around the complex will be landscaped with local endemic trees.
Low vegetation will be planted to the east and west of the main basin. After the complex is put into operation, about 300 people will live in it.
According to MEEP, the goal of this project is to meet the housing needs of the municipality of Germasoia. The operation of Westminster Residences is expected to attract locals and tourists and further strengthen the area by enhancing its socio-economic character.
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