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Arcadia Apartments Domenii enters the second phase of development with 225 new apartments

Arcadia Apartments Domenii, the first large-scale residential complex in the Domenii area of Bucharest is now entering the second stage of development. This involves the construction of two 2S+P+5E+6-7R buildings, totaling 225 apartments and 300 underground parking spaces.

2018-02-26 16:08:39

The two new buildings within the complex will contain studio units, two-, three- and four-room apartments, as well as duplexes and penthouses, designed to provide a high level of space functionality. To accommodate the needs of as many clients as possible, the new buildings will have a very wide range of compartments and include 39 types of apartments with different surfaces. Surfaces start from 46 sqm for studios and reach 197 square meters for penthouses.

Prices start from 72,000 Euro + VAT for the studio and reach 402,000 Euro for the penthouse. Phase I of the complex is due to be completed in December this year and Phase II in May 2019.

"We have sold about 80 per cent of the first building and we already have requests for apartments in the next two buildings. We will continue to fulfil our promises to our buyers, from the concept to the final execution of the project," said Daniela Barbu, communications director for Arcadia Apartments Domenii.

The entire Arcadia Apartments Domenii complex is expected to offer 800 apartments and is expected to be completed in three years.

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