The first residents have moved into Jura Residential Park

- 2018.01.16.
The first residents have moved into the Jura Residential Park built by Jánosik és Társai Kft. The occupancy permit was granted already at the end of the last year. More than 50 percent of the apartments has been sold – said Lajos Jánosik, the owner of the company. The 100% Hungarian private-owned company created the model residential park - incorporating 49 apartments - as an own investment worth about HUF 1.5 billion. The project has become a model park because Jánosik Kft. has several decades of practice in construction industry implementation, operation, park maintenance, therefore they will not leave those moving in alone. They take care about the convenience of people living there and about the operation by providing complex services. The company was not established for only this single project, thus it is reliable with the fulfilment of longer-term guarantees and warranty obligations, which solution can serve as a pattern also for other investments. Jura Residential Park was established in a green area near the centre of Miskolc which is still quiet; the floor space of the smallest apartment is 60 and of the largest is 110 square meters. As the square meter prices are favourable both from national aspect and within Miskolc, investors have also appeared among the buyers. When designing the layout, care was taken to ensure that also the smaller-sized apartments can provide a comfortable living space for those living in them. In the attics, 6 pcs of penthouse homes were created with all comfort and luxuries. In the course of implementation, environmental awareness was of particular importance. For the energy supply of apartments, an energy-efficient, low-cost system has been designed. The safety of those moving into the residential park is ensured by a closed garden, underground parking garage and an access control system. The buildings are fully clean and accessible, equipped with lifts. A separate playground is available to families with children. Those moving into the model residential park can take advantage of ‘CSOK’, the government’s home-creating program.