Published at: 2018-10-31 17:15 | Author: Robert McLean
Penta Investments is closing in on the completion of phase 1 of its Bory Homes project, part of the developer’s creation of a new district of the Slovak capital.
The 340 apartments, built in a total of nine buildings, have long since sold out as Slovaks continue to buy up quality developments as quickly as they are built. This residential component is being added to the already huge retail element begun several years ago through the construction of Bory Mall and the accompanying retail park.

With the first phase heading for completion, Penta was on the verge of securing a construction permit for the second phase of residential at the beginning of Jul...

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