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Platán Garden reaches its highest point

Residential

Platán Garden, developed and built by the Bayer Construct Group in Balatonboglár, has reached its highest point, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The 47-apartment building topped out in less than 4 months thanks to the use of modern architectural techniques, careful preparation and a select team of professionals. The sale of the eco-sustainable apartments is already underway, with 40% of units already sold.

Platán Garden, located directly on the waterfront, is being built on the site of the former Família Hotel. Although piling work on the exclusive complex only started in March this year, the opening ceremony was held in July thanks to the unique steel mesh construction technology used by Bayer Construct, which is unique in Central Europe.

The building will consist of a ground floor plus three floors and a penthouse level. The developer will develop a total of 47 apartments, blending vintage and modern elements in the interior design. Nature is a central element of the property, with each unit having a terrace or balcony. Platán Garden will have a private beachfront garden and a 120 sqm pier, and, as the name suggests, will offer residents the opportunity to walk in the shade of plane trees.

The project also boasts impressive figures in terms of construction technology, with a total of around 185 tonnes of reinforcing steel and around 1,700 cubic meters of concrete. A further interesting feature is that the contractor has used a special slab formwork system to speed up the workflow, and the prefabricated staircases have already been delivered from Bayer Construct's new factory in Biharkeresztes. The building energy regulations are of course fully compliant with the latest requirement from 2021, i.e. near-zero energy, according to the press release.

The next phase of construction is already underway, with the insulation and masonry work. The technical handover is expected in summer 2022. As in the case of the Napfény Resort in Balatonlelle, construction will not stop at the turnkey level: the apartments will be handed over furnished and equipped with fitted kitchens by developer Bayer Property.

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