Laurinská 1

Bratislava, Laurinská

Basic Parameters

Total property size
Total property size3 295 m2
Available unit sizes
Available unit sizes273 - 576 m2
Rent from m<sup>2</sup> / month
Rent from m2 / month20 €
Space divisions
Space divisionsYes
Parking cost
Parking cost0 €

Offer Description

The history of the classicist building at Laurinská 1 dates back to the middle of the 19th century. It was built according to the project of Ignác Feigler the elder, and it was the first "Prvá Stavebná Sporiteľna" to be located here. Since then, it has undergone several changes, including the recently completed reconstruction. It not only preserved its precious historical elements, but also enriched the building with new modern conveniences, such as an elevator, which is a rarity in historical buildings.

Laurinská 1 is located in the heart of the historic center of Bratislava and boasts everything that belongs to this sought-after location. There are many restaurants, bars, cafes in the vicinity, an obvious choice for those looking for the best in the Old Town.

  • Historical city center
  • Great amenities
  • Energy Performance Rating G

Available Spaces

Most spaces are adjust to the dimensions you require. If the availability does not suit you
Price per m2 / month
1th floor
259 m2
20 €
1th floor
317 m2
20 €

Equipment and Additional Information

Nearby tram station
Smoke detectors
Excellent building visibility
Internet provider
Nearby - bus station
Openable windows
Perimeter trunking
Diesel generator

Focus on your business and leave the rest to us

  • We'll shorten the time needed for relocation
  • We'll negotiate better terms for you
  • We'll design a better working environment for you
  • We'll furnish the spaces according to your needs

Quick contact

Gabriela Markussová
Gabriela Markussová+421 918 914 477
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