Elliniko skyscraper presentation

The Elliniko project continues and Lamda Development intends to present the impressive Marina Tower skyscraper.

Through a special website www.theellinikon.com.gr, where online presentations on the progress of the project will be held, each citizen will have the opportunity to keep abreast of all events, as well as the parameters of the project.

Plan Elliniko transformations will change not only the quality of life in Attica, but also the general economic, business and living conditions of Greece. The latest developments will be announced on Wednesday 7 July when details of the Marina Tower, the country’s first green (ecological) skyscraper, become available.

The highest building
It is an impressive high-rise building with panoramic views of the marina and the Aegean Sea as well as the vast park and Athens in general.

Marina Tower is the first skyscraper over 150 meters high to be built in Elliniko and is expected to be completed in 2025 according to the timetable of the development company Lamda Development. Apartment prices will vary depending on the floor, the view from the windows, as well as the size of the living space.

It is not yet clear how the interior space of the skyscraper will be designed (breakdown into apartments), since this will be determined by the existing demand. Depending on each floor, it can accommodate from one to four or more apartments.

Lamda Development CEO Odysseas Athanassiou told how housing prices will be formed. According to the director, the interest in buying real estate in Elliniko is very high, and not only from Greek citizens, but also from foreigners. “On the one hand, we want to attract as many compatriots as possible, and on the other, we want to attract tourism,” said Mr. Athanassiou.
It is noted that on the expensive floors of a skyscraper the price of an apartment will be 25,000 euros per sq.m.

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