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HB Reavis ready to begin work on Stanica NIVY

Alex Hayes 29 March 2017

Alex Hayes

Journalist

+48 22 356 25 20
alex.hayes@eurobuildcee.com

Alexander Hayes is currently working as a journalist for Eurobuild Central & Eastern Europe magazine. Originally from the UK, he moved to Poland in 1995 and has been working in real estate for over four years. He has a BA in english literature from the University of Buckingham.

HB Reavis ready to begin work on Stanica NIVY
Stanica NIVY is being developed in an investment of EUR345 mln
SLOVAKIA HB Reavis has received the final building permit for the Stanica NIVY project in Bratislava and will start work in the summer.

The centre, which has been designed by London-based architectural studio Benoy in cooperation with Siebert+Talas, combines a 30,000 sqm international bus station with a 70,000 sqm shopping centre and a 30,000 sqm office tower. “We are looking forward to starting construction work on Stanica NIVY, which will play an important role in transforming this tired looking part of the city. With NIVY we are creating a new vibrant social hub, with excellent shopping and food, for those who live locally and further afield to come and enjoy. We are also proud to be adding much needed green space to our city,” said Adrián Rác, the CEO of HB Reavis Slovakia. One of the project’s key features is a 3,000 sqm fresh food market, making Stanica NIVY a real foodie destination. In addition, the green rooftop garden will be the size of two football pitches and include a running track and chill-out zones. When it opens in 2019, the development is expected to attract over 50,000 visitors daily with as many as 20,000 travellers expected to use the fully integrated bus station on a daily basis. HB Reavis is also working to develop a new cable car system to connect both banks of the Danube to alleviate traffic during the construction process as well as to improve the city’s overall infrastructure. The entire project is being financed by HB Reavis in a total investment of EUR 345 mln.


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