Arcus City residential project in Prague-Řeporyje sees rough construction
UBM Development Czechia has successfully completed the gross construction of buildings A, B, C and D from the first stage of the Arcus City residential project in Prague-Řeporyje. The rough construction of the house E, F will be finished in late August. The first stage is almost sold out, of a total of 150 housing units, there are only four remaining in the offer. The approval is planned for the second half of 2023, the new owners will move at the turn of 2023/2024. The developer prepared for sale the second stage with 63 apartments and commercial units. The last final stage will include 62 apartments and 10 family houses.
Buildings A until the D project of Arcus City has advanced to the rough construction phase, so they have finished supporting structures and roofs. The work is now moving to the facade and interiors of apartments. The milestone of the final inspection was seen by the technical infrastructure of the whole area. Furthermore, the construction and pedestrian roads were completed, which are now preparing for occupancy permit.
The first stage of the project has a total of 150 units with 1+kk to 4+kk and sizes from 27.4 sqm to 136.7 sqm. Each includes a balcony, terrace or front garden. Currently there are only three apartments 4+kk with terraces and one apartment 2+kk with balconies. “The huge interest in the Arcus City project is proven by the fact that already in the rough construction phase, the first stage is almost sold out. Therefore, we are working intensively to prepare another 63 apartments to satisfy the demand for modern housing in this locality as soon as possible, ”says Alice Slámová, Marketing and Sales Director of the Company. “There is our sales center at the construction site. Experienced traders from Lexxus Norton real estate agency provide quality services and help with the selection of apartments, ”adds A. Slámová.
Arcus City on the border of Stodůlky and Řeporyje grows in three stages of over 270 apartments, ten family houses and business units. A small square will also be part of the area. The third stage apartment buildings will be built partly in a combination of wood and other building materials. Wooden buildings have a minimum carbon footprint and, on the other hand, their use brings a number of economic advantages: construction of light prefabricated wooden modules minimizes transport, shortens the realization time and reduces the costs associated with construction directly on the construction site. The UBM project is implemented with BREEAM certification, which contains the standard procedures in the field of building design with an emphasis on sustainability and is a practical measure to describe the impact of the building on the environment.
The new district is characterized by a quiet family atmosphere, which is enhanced by beautiful nature in the area. At the same time, it has all civic amenities, nearby schools, kindergartens, supermarkets, restaurants, post office and other shops. In Arcus City there will be a bus stop connecting the residential area with the metro station B - Stodůlky, which will provide the inhabitants excellent connection to the center of Prague (about 20 min). Pleasant walks can be set out in the nearby Prokopský and Dalejský Údolí or the Biopark Řepora.