News Article Bratislava Hornex residential Slovakia
by Property Forum | Residential

The Agadu residential complex in Bratislava has entered the EIA process, informs. It is replacing the brownfield and warehouse area on Agátová Street. Due to the development size, the investor Agadu, close to the construction company Hornex, has planned to execute the construction in stages.

The new development will consist of four residential buildings in the L and U shape with a total of 585 apartments and two objects for civic amenities. The residential part will be completed with a two-class kindergarten. Underground garages, warehouses, cellars and technological spaces are proposed in the two-story basements.

Office building will offer a system of micro-offices. On the ground floor, there is a commercial space and service spaces proposed. The last building will serve as a community centre with a cafeteria. A total of 829 parking spaces are designed, of which 741 are underground and 88 are on the ground. On the first underground floor of each building, there will be a "cycling hub" with the possibility of a separate entrance from the exterior.

According to the documentation submitted to EIA, the estimated construction start is foreseen in Q2 2025. The completion of construction is expected in the last quarter of 2029. The total cost is estimated at €53.2 million.