Bratislava Greenfields

Bratislava Greenfields Management Limited (Bratislava Greenfields) is a holding backed by a group of big investment companies.  Bratislava Greenfields operates with equity capital of approximately US$200 million plus additional bank capital. The company is involved in the land development projects in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It has two completed and two existing projects in its real estate portfolio. These projects, managed by a regional company Reform Capital, involve an area in excess of 350 hectares.

Reform Capital is an international investment management firm focused on special situation investment opportunities in Emerging Europe. With offices in Prague, Bratislava and Wroclaw, Reform Capital has over US$300 million of equity capital under management provided by international institutional investors.

1  Centrop
City

The largest land aggregation project in Central Europe targets an area of 600 ha of which the company currently owns close to 300 ha. The plot is in the strategic North-Western corridor on the motorway exit from Bratislava in the direction of the Czech Republic. The project benefits from excellent road access (a new ring road bypassing the center of Bratislava is planned along the border of the plot). The area has a great potential to develop as a new city borough...

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2  Bratislava
Airport City

Airport Bratislava is one of the most underdeveloped airports of any EU capital. Even though the airport is significantly underdeveloped, it has important advantages including long runways able to accommodate large commercial aircraft. The runway capacity is sufficient for up to an estimated 12-14 million passengers per year compared to only 1.6 million passengers in 2010. More than 95% of the flights are international. The airport operates 24 hours...

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3  Young
Čunovo

Young Čunovo is a residential project in the Bratislava borough CUNOVO, located next to built-up area of the village. It covers altogether 22 hectares, from which approximate 13 hectares are in the zoned area and approximate 9 hectares is arable area - unzoned...

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