UBM Development Czechia is launching another sale of apartments in the central part of the Arcus City residential project in Prague – Řeporyje.
The offer includes 63 modern apartments as well as several commercial units suitable for small shops or services. The construction began in August 2022 and is to be completed in December 2024. The sale is handled by Lexxus Norton real estate agency.
The apartment building with three towers G, H and I provides a varied offer of apartments in layouts ranging from bedsit + kitchenette to 3-bedroom apartments and sizes from 38.9 to 101 sq m. Each unit comes with a spacious balcony, terrace or front garden. The apartments are equipped to a high standard with large wooden windows and wooden floors. Of course, there are cellars and a parking space in the basement of the building.
“Acquiring one’s own home is becoming more and more difficult for many due to the current situation associated with rising mortgage interest rates. Thanks to the cooperation with Hypoasistent, we have the opportunity to obtain financing for the purchase of an apartment on more favourable terms,” says Alice Slámová, Marketing and Sales Director of UBM Development Czechia, and adds: “To make important life decisions easier for our clients, we offer the option of using a payment schedule when buying real estate. The client pays 15% of the purchase price at the beginning, 5% in a year and 80% only after the apartment is finished, and all this without increasing the purchase price.”
During construction, UBM also pays attention to the environment and realizes the housing block with BREEAM ecological certification. The certification includes a standard of practice in the area of building design with an emphasis on sustainability and represents a practical benchmark for describing the impact the building has on the environment and energy savings. Only four of the 150 apartments of the first stage, whose final building approval is planned for the second half of 2023, remain in the offer. In the third stage, UBM will offer 62 apartments and 10 family houses, while the housing blocks will be built partly in a combination of wood and other building materials.