After the Jura Residential
Park in Miskolc, Jánosik és Társai Kft. builds a model residential park also in Budapest
The building complex established in the seat of Borsod County has become a successful model because the company did not only undertake to perform construction industry implementation and investment, but takes care of the convenience of those living there and of operation by providing a complex service – said Lajos Jánosik, owner.
The 100% Hungarian private-owned company will create the M20 residential park in Budapest
- incorporating 20 apartments - as an own investment worth about HUF 1 billion. Jánosik Kft. has several decades of practice in construction industry implementation, operation, park maintenance, therefore they will not leave those moving in alone. This solution serves as an example also in Budapest, after Miskolc. The company was not established for only this single project, thus it is reliable with the fulfilment of longer-term guarantees and warranty obligations. Another guarantee is that the company, which has been operating for nearly 30 years, has a stable financial background and an outstanding team of professionals.
The implementation of the residential park being built in Murányi Street in District VII
has already begun. Currently the deep foundation and the foundation reinforcement of the neighbouring buildings is taking place, and the ground excavation work will soon begin. A total of 20 apartments will be created in the vicinity of the renovated City Park. The smallest apartment is 46, the largest is 122 square meters
. 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 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 buildings are fully clean and accessible, equipped with lifts. It is a special feature that not only traditional elevators are installed, but also a car lift to help park cars. Those moving into the model residential park can take advantage of ‘CSOK’, the government’s home-creating program. According to the plans, the first inhabitants can move in in 2019. There are already inquirers who consider investing in homes built in the second residential park of the company – said Lajos Jánosik.