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Sady Mikolajki

Hotel & Apartments in a prestigious resort destination and yahting area

Mikolajki, Poland

€ 380 000 - 2,5 mln
Sady Mikolajki

The investement is located in a charming ladscape of Masurian villages - Mikołajki - a popular tourist region of Poland. The surrounding consists of the residential buldings and fields. The plot is situated near Tałty lake (500 m).


Project Sady Mikołajki consists of the 7 apartment buldings one of which has commercial area on the ground floor. The basic apartement unit is a 75 m2 flat. There will be an outside parking lot and in up to 3 buldings an underground garage halls.


Plot area - 2 hectares (19831 sq.m.), of which 25% are provided for development:

  • 120 apartements for 75 m2 each

  • Area of developement: +/- 5000 m2

  • Total area: 13650 - 15600 m2 (depands on the quantity of the garage halls)

  • Usable apartments area: +/- 9000 m2

  • Commercial area: +/- 500 m2

The cost of the plot is 2.5 million € (with a building permit). 

The average construction cost is 650-700 euros per sq.m, including infrastructure and facilities, total construction investments - 6,6 mln. €  (installment plan during the construction period of 2 years)

Total costs - 9,1 mln. €


The average cost of selling apartments is from 1700-2300 euro per / sq.m.

Total income 18 mln.  €  (calculating of selling 9000 sq.m. by average price 2000 euro per / sq.m.)


* Mikołajki is located in the heart of Masuria, the edge of lakes and beautiful nature. Located on the shores of two of the Great Masurian Lakes - Talty and Mikolaysk, the city is their largest port. The main yacht club of Poland is also located here and every summer professional yachtsmen and other yachting or water sports amateurs come here. Also in the warm season, the city turns into a vibrant tourist center and attracts those wishing to actively relax on the lakes among the enchanting landscapes.


There are many architectural and historical attractions in the vicinity of Mikołajek.
Finally, in Mikołajki there is the largest water park in the region, where not only locals like to relax, but also where many tourists come to.

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