HB Reavis has started the construction of the Stanica Nivy project in Bratislava. The Nivy Tower office building is the first to be built and is destined to become a landmark with the highest point reaching 125 metres. The remaining construction of the scheme, which will include a new supra regional shopping centre, a modern marketplace and international bus terminal, will be launched in the summer.
Nivy Tower has been designed by British architectural studio Benoy in collaboration with the Slovak studio Siebert + Talaš. The two practices also developed the conceptual design for the wider Stanica Nivy project. Stanica Nivy also features a green roof, covering an area equivalent to the size of two football pitches. Designed by landscape experts BDP, the green roof will offer communal gardens, chill out zones and a running track.
The site’s bus terminal will be moved underground to a climate-controlled area, similar to existing stations in Madrid and New York, delivering better air quality and reduced noise levels to the surrounding area. It is expected to handle around 20,000 travellers a day when completed.
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