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Carmel Investments Group construieste 3.000 de locuinte noi
Scris de verde pe 23-06-2008

green vistaCarmel Investments Group va investi 400 de milioane de euro in constructia a 3.000 de locuinte in cateva orase mari din Romania.

Pentru Capitala, dezvoltatorul pregateste trei proiecte, dintre care doua vor fi amplasate in zona Pipera si unul in Otopeni. Proiectul Green Vista din Pipera va solicita o investitie de 30/35 de milioane de euro. Celelalte doua proiecte se numesc Otopeni Villas si Bulevardul Pipera.

Green Vista are ca termen de livrare toamna anului 2009. Lucrarile de dezvoltare au demarat in august 2007. Ansamblul va ocupa 37.500 de metri patrati construiti, din care 3.000 de metri patrati vor fi terase. Proiectul cuprinde trei blocuri de 10-11 etaje, 229 de apartamente si parcare subterana.

Apartamentele vor fi de tip studio, cu 2, 3, 4 si 5 camere, precum si penthouse-uri. Preturile locuintelor pornesc de la 1.350 euro/mp plus TVA si ajung pana la 2.000 euro/mp pentru un penthouse.

Vezi galeria de imagini cu proiectul Green Vista

Lucrarile de constructie a complexului rezidential Bulevardul Pipera incep in noiembrie 2008, iar finalizarea este estimata la finele anului 2013. Proiectul cuprinde circa 1.000 de apartamente pe un teren de 32.100 metri patrati, suprafata construita ajungand la 100.000 mp.

Cel de-al treilea proiect din Capitala este Otopeni Villas, un cartier de 50 de vile ce va fi construit pe un teren de 21.700 de metri patrati. Lucrarile vor demara in luna februarie a anului 2009.

Un alt proiect de proportii pregatit de CIG este Hill Top, amplasat in Cluj, ce va cuprinde 1.500 de locuinte. Acesta va avea o suprafata construita de 180.000 metri patrati. Lucrarile de dezvoltare vor demara in august 2008, termenul de livrare fiind peste cinci ani.

Desi principalul sector de activitate al CIG este acela al proiectelor rezidentiale, dezvoltatorul nu exclude nici oportunitatile in piata birourilor si a centrelor comerciale, Compania Carmel Investments Group activeaza pe piata imobiliara din anul 2005.


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Good post. Did you u
Scris de Simran pe 23-12-2015 02:13

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Good post. Did you use that extender to take the pic on the anralpie?? I'd be self conscious to do that. I feel like people are looking at me even when I just get up to take a leak.I've never flown with Condor but I have learned that those negative reviews are often true, like when I flew on Kenya Airlines. Whenever possible, I try to fly on decent airlines. I find the comfort vastly outweighs the savings. You fly NYC to Tokyo on Continental you get a cramped seat, bad food, bad service and no TV in the headrest. If you pay 200 more you fly ANA you get a bigger seat, better food, world class service and a TV loaded with shows, movies, music and even games. Same goes for Korean Air (best service on earth) vs. Delta to Korea.Earl, I came home to stay with family after spending the last year on the road. I was planning on staying a while, but I keep getting the distinct feeling that I'm not really welcome. I have $6,500 saved up and a monthly income of about $300 from an ebook I wrote. Where do you think a good place to spend the next 6+ months on that would be?I was thinking of Cambodia for the low prices and ease of getting a long term visa. But the older I get the less I am liking places that are always hot and rainy, crowded with traffic, bad infrastructure and lots of pests (giant roaches!), and health dangers (water you can't drink, food poisoning, traffic dangers, hepatitis and dengue, etc.).I really just want to relax.I've never been to Eastern Europe or Turkey. Some people have recommended it. Iceland is about my favorite place in the world, but I know I could never afford it on the money I have.What do you recommend?Sorry for the long post. I love your blog and I wait for your updates like a main in the desert waits for rain.
First I need to than
Scris de Faye pe 21-12-2015 15:49

First I need to thank you for reminding me about that mvuaelors piece of equipment I had and never thought to use it in my travels, the XShot camera extender. I bought it for the sole purpose to shot myself during my snowboard adventures, but after reading your reviews I found it to be a great friend on all my travels. We shared together special moments in many exciting places It gave me an edge over the crowds at concerts and other gatherings Because of it I never felt alone when I needed a buddy to take me a shot from a crazy angle Last few months we became inseparable on our travels, I even found a special place for it in a pocket just outside of my backpack, near my umbrella and other easy to get gadgets. I found it to be a perfect match for my mirrorless camera with tilting screen and taking pictures from indecent angles is a pleasure. It always attracted smile when it came to full length and rises above heads. Like you, I had to entertain many security officers on airports, to demonstrate his talents, to fake some smiles or tears on imminent breakups. I discovered that it was easier to keep it in an incestuous connection with my camera during these dramatic times. Almost all the officers advised me to store it on my checked bags, but I usually don't have one. I basically life from my carryon backpack. During my casual travels I enjoy spending time wandering around with a local bus, walking a hidden street, catching the music of foreign languages in busy market, taking pictures between the feet of an equestrian statue… anything but warming the airport seats. So I usually try to time my arrival at airport 30 minutes before flight departure. Thanks to online checking and light packing I had enough time so far for passing securities and grabbing a Coke before my late boarding. That's something I would like advertised and maybe I'll pay extra for a flight. Late boarding, spending less time seated . I usually fight to be the last one boarded on a plane. Or better, for cheap flight that uses a bus to get passengers from the gate to the plane, being the last on the bus it's a blessing because I get the first to choose my seat on the plane. I enjoy my late boarding habits After a crazy week chasing romans ghosts and catholic angels on countless temples and sicilian churches, I decided to get lazy my last Saturday afternoon under the warm october sun and get a taste of Mediterranean salt. It was so intoxicating so I felt the urge to spend more days, even weeks smelling fresh baked Arancini… but the alarm tore me up from my dream and reminded about the flight. Two connecting buses raced to be late and to have reduced service and entire Catania city conspired to hide well his taxis; I can't even remember seeing one on it's streets. But the time was flying fast and I had also to fly in less than an hour and from more than 20 miles away. A blessed, lonely on the planet, travel guide revealed me behind a majestic dome the taxi honey pot, that was buzzing with two cabs. I didn't care that the fare to airport costs more than the one to Cyprus and the cosa nostra drivers scared the shit out of my XShot … the smallest cab, a SUV was swinging in italian traffic. Oh.. but what moments of big turmoil in the city, and the brave cab anytime found a shortcut or a way on sidewalks to pass parked obstacles… the camera extender was so socked that he forgot to help me record these moments and I let only the closest window to take a print of my face… The extender was freezing in despair… it tried to hide under a safety belt, but the sweat of previous passengers made it protect his smell deep on my backpack. Only the time was running faster than my driver…. but my cab won and I had 25 more minutes when I stepped out at the airport gates. And then I realized where all the cars were hurrying .. to get a spot on the line for the security officer. It seemed that whole Sicily was there … but the italians are forgiving and with many apologies, smiles and mi scuzi' I was able to skip the lines. Never have I spent so long, almost 15 minutes to see the guard. And never the guard gave me such subversive look. Passing on the security gate I heard the cry of my Sony Nex without his lovely extender… and was the last thing I heard before a thunderstorm of italian poetry.At first I thought that it was something romantic, that the guard who felt my body developed some attraction for me, but it was the XShot who received his love. And the officer felt so hard for my extender, that no argument could save our relationship. My camera showed her engaging ring from my extender, demonstrated some kamasutric poses … but no, the guard was gelous and he needed to have it… I was preparing my best act and the stewardess was calling my name … I shared so many good times with my extender… but I wanted also to have some adventures with that Airbus 320… so I had to choose …Now it's just a memory about a short adventure with a plane above the biggest islands of bluest sea… I had to calm down my camera… it couldn't believe… it was a beautiful relationship… it never felt the end was near… I had to do something, I introduced a tripod to my camera, but it was only an one night stand…..The camera still dreams about the loving extender and hopes that there will meet another partner capable of a longer relationship.I could only admire the dedication of security guards who see in any passenger an Al Qaida member. And I wish As-salamu alaykum to them because we now feel so safe on airports. No other XShot extender will harm anyone in a plane.
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First I need to thank you for reminding me about that mareulovs piece of equipment I had and never thought to use it in my travels, the XShot camera extender. I bought it for the sole purpose to shot myself during my snowboard adventures, but after reading your reviews I found it to be a great friend on all my travels. We shared together special moments in many exciting places It gave me an edge over the crowds at concerts and other gatherings Because of it I never felt alone when I needed a buddy to take me a shot from a crazy angle Last few months we became inseparable on our travels, I even found a special place for it in a pocket just outside of my backpack, near my umbrella and other easy to get gadgets. I found it to be a perfect match for my mirrorless camera with tilting screen and taking pictures from indecent angles is a pleasure. It always attracted smile when it came to full length and rises above heads. Like you, I had to entertain many security officers on airports, to demonstrate his talents, to fake some smiles or tears on imminent breakups. I discovered that it was easier to keep it in an incestuous connection with my camera during these dramatic times. Almost all the officers advised me to store it on my checked bags, but I usually don't have one. I basically life from my carryon backpack. During my casual travels I enjoy spending time wandering around with a local bus, walking a hidden street, catching the music of foreign languages in busy market, taking pictures between the feet of an equestrian statue… anything but warming the airport seats. So I usually try to time my arrival at airport 30 minutes before flight departure. Thanks to online checking and light packing I had enough time so far for passing securities and grabbing a Coke before my late boarding. That's something I would like advertised and maybe I'll pay extra for a flight. Late boarding, spending less time seated . I usually fight to be the last one boarded on a plane. Or better, for cheap flight that uses a bus to get passengers from the gate to the plane, being the last on the bus it's a blessing because I get the first to choose my seat on the plane. I enjoy my late boarding habits After a crazy week chasing romans ghosts and catholic angels on countless temples and sicilian churches, I decided to get lazy my last Saturday afternoon under the warm october sun and get a taste of Mediterranean salt. It was so intoxicating so I felt the urge to spend more days, even weeks smelling fresh baked Arancini… but the alarm tore me up from my dream and reminded about the flight. Two connecting buses raced to be late and to have reduced service and entire Catania city conspired to hide well his taxis; I can't even remember seeing one on it's streets. But the time was flying fast and I had also to fly in less than an hour and from more than 20 miles away. A blessed, lonely on the planet, travel guide revealed me behind a majestic dome the taxi honey pot, that was buzzing with two cabs. I didn't care that the fare to airport costs more than the one to Cyprus and the cosa nostra drivers scared the shit out of my XShot … the smallest cab, a SUV was swinging in italian traffic. Oh.. but what moments of big turmoil in the city, and the brave cab anytime found a shortcut or a way on sidewalks to pass parked obstacles… the camera extender was so socked that he forgot to help me record these moments and I let only the closest window to take a print of my face… The extender was freezing in despair… it tried to hide under a safety belt, but the sweat of previous passengers made it protect his smell deep on my backpack. Only the time was running faster than my driver…. but my cab won and I had 25 more minutes when I stepped out at the airport gates. And then I realized where all the cars were hurrying .. to get a spot on the line for the security officer. It seemed that whole Sicily was there … but the italians are forgiving and with many apologies, smiles and mi scuzi' I was able to skip the lines. Never have I spent so long, almost 15 minutes to see the guard. And never the guard gave me such subversive look. Passing on the security gate I heard the cry of my Sony Nex without his lovely extender… and was the last thing I heard before a thunderstorm of italian poetry.At first I thought that it was something romantic, that the guard who felt my body developed some attraction for me, but it was the XShot who received his love. And the officer felt so hard for my extender, that no argument could save our relationship. My camera showed her engaging ring from my extender, demonstrated some kamasutric poses … but no, the guard was gelous and he needed to have it… I was preparing my best act and the stewardess was calling my name … I shared so many good times with my extender… but I wanted also to have some adventures with that Airbus 320… so I had to choose …Now it's just a memory about a short adventure with a plane above the biggest islands of bluest sea… I had to calm down my camera… it couldn't believe… it was a beautiful relationship… it never felt the end was near… I had to do something, I introduced a tripod to my camera, but it was only an one night stand…..The camera still dreams about the loving extender and hopes that there will meet another partner capable of a longer relationship.I could only admire the dedication of security guards who see in any passenger an Al Qaida member. And I wish As-salamu alaykum to them because we now feel so safe on airports. No other XShot extender will harm anyone in a plane.
I agree with Dee Dee
Scris de Mira pe 26-10-2015 00:07

I agree with Dee Dee. That area has quite good access to Otopeni and to AISB. You can ealisy reach Parcul Circului. There are many places around where you can go swimming, gym etc. There's also a Kaufland very close for shopping. +8

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