Our project in Slovenia got the green light! After long effort, we have managed to obtain a building permit and started the construction of our first project outside the Slovak Republic. The Kvartet has begun!
The year 2020 has been an extremely demanding test of skills and endurance for our company, as well as the whole of Slovakia. Despite these difficult times, however, we continue to manage our development at home and abroad. On July 20th we have started construction work in Ljubljana.
Our Journey Abroad
Even though our beginnings were modest, during the ten years of activity on the Slovak market, our team has grown and gained extensive experience. We have been repeatedly chosen as one of the best and most innovative developers in Slovakia. In addition to the continuing effort to revitalize brownfields and bring more quality housing to Slovakia, our team has been looking for the possibility of an expansion abroad for a long time.
Our journey to Ljubljana began in 2016, during our cooperation with the Slovenian architectural firm OFIS arhitekti on our project Einpark. They showed us that we don’t have to go far to find quality. After evaluating the local market, we have joined a tender for the purchase of land and succeeded among five other candidates. By 2018, we had founded a new office in Ljubljana, hired a great team of local experts and began to process all the necessary permits for the construction of Kvartet.
A Proven Theory
Although the Slovenian market is often overlooked by international investors, it is one of the most promising locations in Europe. Much like in Bratislava, there is also a great need for new, ambitious projects. We believe that our tested know-how in building high quality affordable housing will bring us success in Ljubljana.
A key part of our philosophy is to focus on deserted urban areas and, in collaboration with the local community, transform them into attractive, vibrant urban neighborhoods. For example, our Blumental project revitalized the site of a decayed former factory beyond recognition and brought added value to the whole area. In Ljubljana, it will be the same.