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16 June, 2019
 
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Tallest building in Cyprus selling fast

Video shows off nearly-complete skyscraper in Nicosia’s hottest prime real estate

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The sale of apartments in the tallest residential building in Cyprus is half way through, with officials saying 360 Nicosia is almost finished and parts of the skyscraper are already livable.

According to local media, many Nicosia residents have already made the purchase for their investment at the new luxury building, with estimates putting occupancy at around 50% according to InBusinessNews. The handing over of apartment keys is expected to begin in August and be completed by December. 

Prices are estimated to range starting from €250,000 for a one bedroom apartment, €280,000 for a two-bedroom, and €330,000 for three bedrooms. Prices also go up in the upper floors where view is breathtakingly unique.

The new building is not only the tallest, standing 145 metres tall, but it is also the largest, covering an area of 34,000 square metres. 360 has 34 floors, 120 apartments, three commercial shops, two restaurants, a swimming pool and a gym, a ballroom, and three underground parking lots with 320 spaces.

Some of the selling points of this Cyfield Group project include premium real estate and resort-style offerings, coupled with unobstructed, panoramic views of the city and beyond, hence the name associated with the 360-degree view.

360 Nicosia is sitting on a new pedestrian plaza, which will allow both residents and visitors alike to engage in leisure activities, from relaxing walks and cycling under leafy trees, to enjoying shopping, and having a safe play area for children.

 

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