More than 50% of the volume of international sales of apartments in a residential complex (LCD), Zlota 44 (Warsaw) fell on the share of Ukrainian investors, said the developer of the project BBIDevelopment S. A. in a press release on Monday.
“The complex received a large interest from international buyers, more than half of whom were citizens of Ukraine who are looking for a second home or a reliable option for investment in housing,” – noted in the message.
According to the President of BBI Development Michal Skotnicki provided in the message, about 70% of demand for the apartments will be opened by Polish customers, 30% from foreign investors.
As indicated in the message, the key point of attracting Ukrainian investors to this object, is the average annual rental rate for housing in Warsaw, in average 7,5% of the price, which is 0.5%-5,5% more than in other big European cities.
The building of the residential complex, the construction of which is expected to be completed in mid-2016, has a height of 192 meters and 52 floors, which are 1-3 bedroom apartments ranging from 60 to 300 sq m, and penthouses and residences, occupying the entire floor area up to 930 sq. m. Administrative and technical supervision of construction by certified professionals.
In addition to the 287 apartments, penthouses and residences Zlota 44 is a complex for recreation and entertainment area of 1.4 thousand square meters, underground wine storage is 10 thousand bottles, as well as nine-story Parking.
According to the report, prices of apartments in the residential complex start from $370 thousand for a Studio and up to $3 million for a two-bedroom. The prices for penthouses are set when private negotiations and is expected to exceed $10,75 million.
Investor of the construction of the project is American Amstar, and the service provider the service facility – international Savills Plc.