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by Property Forum | Residential

YIT has started construction of the Happi Milánská project in Prague's Horní Měcholupy and has put 72 new Finnish-style apartments of up to 99 sqm on sale. The residential building with access to both the countryside and the city centre will also include three commercial spaces. The developer plans completion in spring 2024.

The Happi Milánská project will consist of 72 residential units ranging from 1 + kk to 4 + kk and sizes from 27 sqm to 99 sqm. There will be plenty of basement cubicles or storerooms, a carriage room, a room for washing bicycles and dogs or a planned community terrace on the 6th floor. The building will also include three commercial spaces suitable for small shops and services, one with a terrace on the ground floor. "We are delighted that we have been able to move another project through to the construction phase and can put over seventy new apartments on the market, which is struggling with huge unsatisfied demand. Already in the preparatory phase, we have registered a great interest in buying an apartment for living as well for investment," says Dana Bartoňová, Sales Director of YIT Stavo.

The apartment building with seven above-ground and two underground floors, designed by Schindler Seko architects, naturally connects to Milánská Street. The profile of the northern corner of the building responds to the opposite town hall, and its edges mirror it spatially. The building, in the form of rectangular interlocking blocks, corresponds to the characteristics and structure of the surrounding buildings. The house has an L-shaped plan, and its residential part faces the green courtyard with a convenient orientation to the southwest.