|Property location:||Sofia, next to the Business Park Sofia|
|Property type:||1-bedroom apartments|
|Number of bedrooms:||1|
|Size of the building:||64|
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|In the capital Sofia, In town, Near historic place, Near mountain, Near ski resort|
Description: One bedroom apartment on the 5th floor, consisting of a living room with a kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom, utilities room, 5,5 m2 balcony and a basement.· Orientation North-East· The area - Business Park Sofia – housing the largest collection of international companies in Bulgaria
- A number of other Class A office buildings currently under construction - Arena Cinema Complex - Hypermarkets ‘Metro’, ‘Billa’ and ‘Technopolis’ - Current or imminent construction of new hypermarkets, including IKEA - By 2009 the new metro station servicing Business Park Sofia is projected to be in operation - Broadening of the section of the ring road running around Mladost 4 - An extension of the Vitosha Mountain ski gondola will be located in Mladost 4 from 2009 · The complex The construction works of the complex are being executed using the highest quality materials and attention to detail. During the conceptualization of the complex the architects endeavoured an innovative and elegant appearance to the buildings. The facades are of suspended ceramic tiling which has a dual function of aesthetics and pragmatism: excellent durability meaning the buildings will look fresh and new for many years to come, and is energy efficient.The entranceways and common areas have excellent interior design, lending style and a feeling of comfort and warmth to the inside of the buildings. The compound has been designed with careful consideration to the amount of space between each building, with a minimum of 35 meters allowed. The landscape design project is aimed at providing an unique atmosphere providing residents with an environment in which to be reinvigorated by the greenery and inspiring series of fountains. The concept embodied in the complex is of the compound not simply being a collection of individual buildings situated in a common space, but that of a living organism, the landscaped common areas being the fibre which unites the elements into a living community.