6-story building in the heart of Piraeus area - main sea gate of Athens and Greece, converted into twenty (20) serviced apartments. The demand for furnished housing, especially in area like Piraeus, has been growing steadily since the pandemic. With a diverse target audience; college students, city travelers, and the business travel market (executive stay), owning a turn key micro-apartment is one of the soundest investments one can make.
6-story, 20 studio appartments 28-66 m2. Ground floor 5 plus loft. Fully furnished & fully equipped.
5% garantee return annual income. 3 year agreement for guarantee return and start upon purchase.
Prices start from 135000 euro. Possibility of purchase in 4 paymens. Golden Visa support.
Piraeus is now a vibrant cultural hub, with galleries and museums attracting a lot of interest and the Municipal Theatre being the reference center of cultural activity in the city. At the same time, Piraeus is attracting renewed interest as a place to live, with purchase and rental prices showing steady and strong growth in recent years. Piraeus is known for its lively atmosphere and bustling streets, with many shops, restaurants, and cafes lining the streets. Piraeus has a diverse population, with people from all over the world. This means that residents can enjoy a variety of cuisines and cultural events. Overall, living in Piraeus can be a great experience for those who enjoy the hustle and bustle of a big city, while still being able to enjoy the beauty and history of Greece.
As you wander through its streets, you'll encounter a vibrant tapestry of neighborhoods, each offering a distinct charm and atmosphere. From the bustling commercial hub around the port to the traditional neighborhoods further inland, Piraeus boasts a diverse blend of cultures, traditions, and architectural styles. Getting to know Piraeus means delving into the heartbeat of Athens' maritime soul. Embrace the liveliness, soak up the local culture, and immerse yourself in the bustling energy of this remarkable city that has both historical significance and a vibrant present-day charm. Coffee in Kastella drinks at Zeas’ Harbour, Michelin awarded seafood in Mikrolimano. Piraeus has it all!
Three Metro stations, providing relief in the city’s Public Transportation, the redevelopment of Mikrolimano, while the redevelopment of the Themistokleous Coast in Piraeus is underway. Piraeus is becoming a magnet for investment interest in green offices and is beginning to attract companies from many sectors of activity. The old industrial buildings offer an ideal location for the construction of new office complexes at a time when demand still far outstrips supply. Piraeus Port Plaza, delivered in 2020, consists of three building blocks with a gross structural area of 82,885 m2 Moving towards Piraiki, after Pasalimani, another redevelopment is planned by the municipality. The overhauling of the coastal front of Akti Themistokleous in Piraeus is on track, with the project being included in the Recovery and Resilience Fund with a total budget of 25 million euros.