Unconditional advantages and features of Geverse Batumi Complex
Since establishment, Geverse Development has been striving to create a building of highest quality in the real estate sector, which will meet all needs of the customer. Therefore, choosing the general contractor for the development of our residential complex in Batumi by the address of 50 26 May, we stopped our choice on Anagi, the leader of the construction industry in Georgia. Since 1989, Anagi has proved itself as a professional, reliable, and responsible contractor.
The project was developed by one of the best architects of Adjara, GWC group, who considered all requirements of «Premium class» building. GBC apartments have so called smart layout, which allows you to use the area of the premises as efficiently as possible. Large area kitchen and high ceilings create an additional comfort in the house. The building project and planning of apartments allow each customer to find the most suitable option for them: the total area of flats varies from 35 m2 to 121 m2.
On each floor of the building, a technical zone is provided. Installing air conditioners, boilers, and wiring there will allow to save space in the resident’s apartments, not violating aesthetics of the building. It is important to note that the architectural legislation of Georgia does not allow the installation of air conditioners on the facades of buildings outside the allotted areas (balconies), which creates difficulties for flat owners in buildings without technical zones.
Objects of common use are thought out so to be convenient for exploitation and living: wide, spacious corridors; Passenger and freight elevators; Parking; Children's playground; Reception, working in 24/7 mode; Round-the-clock security. Advantages of Geverse Batumi Complex is not only high-quality, and comfort but also the convenient location.
The GBC project considers the construction of two residential buildings in Batumi: Block A and Block B. Construction of the "Block A" began in july 2017 and will have finished by may of 2019, and "Block B" is planned to begin in autumn of 2019 and will be finished in winter of 2021.