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Kronos Invests €45 Million in its Fifth Project in Cataluña

The property developer is launching its fifth project in Cataluña, specifically in the town of Vilanova i la Geltrú, where it is going to invest 45 million euros in the construction of 176 homes over two phases.

Kronos Homes, the residential property developer backed by Kronos, has launched its new 176-home project, called Unik, in the town of Vilanova i la Geltrú. This development is going to be built in two phases, the first comprising 56 units and the second 120 units. It will involve an investment of 45 million euros and will generate 200 direct and 100 indirect jobs. In terms of prices, the properties will go on the market from 245,000 euros upwards.

Unik is going to be made up of two separate buildings to enable the sea views. The homes will have 3 or 4 bedrooms and will comprise ground floor units with private gardens, ground floor duplexes with private gardens and duplex penthouses. In general, all of the homes have been designed to promote the flexibility of spaces, as well as to encourage natural light thanks to the large terraces and windows. This, together with the elevated position of the development and the urban regulations, will ensure the entry of natural light, as well as sea views. The space between the two buildings will be converted into a large garden with a children’s play area and a community pool.

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