Tópark project is buzzing again
According to plans, the apartments of the new neighbourhood being created between Biatorbágy and Törökbálint will be out on sale this autumn. The project has gained all rights to be called by its fancy name, Tópark ’BE MY CITY’, by its closeness to the capital and the nature of the real estate development.
Constructions are well underway on the 20-acre site beside Biatorbágy, where the investors had dreamt the location of Tópark project. The project’s dimensions are becoming almost unbelievable, literally, a brand-new neighbourhood is being built out of nothing. This sounds serious – now let’s see the numbers.
An altogether 180,000-square-metre real estate is being developed, including 350 apartments between 30 and 150 square metres and of high quality, that are supposed to serve as a home for approximately 1,000 people. Most of them have a terrace and can be occupied as from this autumn. Besides, they create 50,000 square metres of A+ category office area and build an additional 15,000 square metres for service providers. This means that the Tópark project is being built for altogether 7-8 thousands of people, partly residents, the rest of them commuting there and back on a daily basis.
In the case of the latter, the reason to travel is not only work: the designers of the investment, besides a liveable environment, put thoughts in entertainment and a wild scale of services to provide as well. As a result, there will be a health centre, a flower-garden, an educational path, several playgrounds and opportunities of sport experiences at the lake nearby. Besides the exciting possibilities, the will be no lack of everyday services, either: the build a supermarket, cafés, a bank branch, a government service point, and, by the end of the year, even a kindergarten and a nursery. The developer did not forget about the necessities of the 21th century, either: the create 16 charging points for electric vehicles.
It is well-known that the estate where Tópark project will be developed on is close to the highway, and even has a direct connection to it. Liszt Ferenc International Airport can be reached by a 20-minute ride without traffic lights, and Újbuda by a 10-minute community transport ride. Its own bus-line is just being organized, and ‘Tópark Express’ will take passengers as from the first quarter of 2018. Many would raise the question about the problems arising from the closeness of the highway: for example, noise or air-pollution. Well, as precursory measurements prove, the quality of air is much better than it is in the city of Budapest, as well as the degree of noise-pollution of course.
Lokál.hu – 2017. 03. 20