Mint jumps at chance to build for less in Prague, Bratislava

Robert McLean

#cee, #proptech, #development a #architecture

Mint Investments is moving ahead on two residential projects in Prague and Bratislava that it began preparing long before the current pandemic changed the entire dynamic of the economy. Originally, the real estate company had planned to sell the projects on to developers once planning permits had been secured for them. Instead, Mint has taken advantage of unexpectedly improved conditions being offered by construction companies to finish the projects themselves.

The Stodulky project in Prague 13 called Alfa residence is a multi-phase scheme that sits on top of the Metro B tube whose first phase will take two years . . .



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