Bauprojekte in Mazedonien
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Aktuelle Bilder vom alten Theater in Skopje.
Fassade an dem Gebäude im Plostad Makedonija wurde erneuert.
Die ersten Anzeichen das es vermutlich so sein wird schon kurz nach der Errichtung der ersten Monumente:
Zitat von Kampfposter
Skopje Becoming a Tourist Mecca
MINA Breaking News - Skopje Becoming a Tourist Mecca
Last year most foreign tourists visited Ohrid, but this year most of them went to the capital, Skopje. Of total 55,323 tourists in June, nearly one half spent their vacations in Skopje, whereas the rest decided on spa resorts and other tourist destinations.
Tourist season in Macedonia started with a quarter more foreign tourists than last year. According to the data of the Macedonian State Statistical Office, in June 25% percent more foreigners visited Macedonia compared to the same month last year.
Most tourists came from Turkey, Greece, the UK and the Netherlands. However, foreign guests spend on average 2.8 nights in Skopje before moving on to other Macedonian locations.
Number of Foreign Tourists in Macedonia keeps Increasing
In October 2011, the number of tourists in Macedonia amounted to 49,379 and the number of bed-nights reached 119,198, informed the Macedonian State Statistical Office.
These figures show that the number of tourists increased by 17 percent and the number of bed-nights by 24.1 percent compared to October last year.In the same period, the number of Macedonian tourists dropped by 5.8 percent, while the number of foreign tourists increased by 35.2 percent.
Year-on-year, the number of bed-nights of Macedonian tourists increased by 6.1 percent despite the decrease of the number of tourists, and the number of bed-nights of foreign tourists grew by 41.2 percent. Analyses on what this really means for the state budget will be published in a week.
Aktuelle Bilder der Bauprojekte entlang des Vardars. Auf dem ersten Bild erkennt man das bei dem Archeologischen Museum das Dach fertig ist.
Luxurious suburbs spring up in Macedonia
Luxurious suburbs spring up in Macedonia (SETimes.com)
Demand for quiet, clean, safe and well-maintained communities has prompted construction of luxury communities in Skopje.
By Aleksandar Pavlevski for Southeast European Times in Skopje -- 03/01/12
The Zlokukjani suburb reflects the new living arrangements in Macedonia's capital. [Aleksandar Pavlevski/SETimes]
The Kocev family moved from Skopje's Karposh neighbourhood, which is close to the downtown area, to a more luxurious suburb on the foothills of Mt Vodno overlooking Skopje.
Like many others, the Kocevs cite Skopje's traffic jams, air pollution and crowding as prompting their quest for change.
"The Vodno neighbourhood fits our needs most; it is few kilometers from the city centre and has much free space. The infrastructure is good and the houses have perfect characteristics mirroring luxury," Silvana Koceva told SETimes.
"The Vodno houses are very expensive, but we needed the change and could afford it," she said.
The change in how people live in the capital is expected to spread slowly throughout the country. Foreign and domestic construction companies have, for over a decade, capitalised on these changes as well as the lack of available space in city centres, extending construction elsewhere.
"The solution is planned construction outside the city, and yet still very close to the centre," Robert Hot, head of the Hot and Hot Construction Group, told SETimes.
The company is building two complexes in the greater Skopje area where the houses and apartments will be 150-250 square metres, on average.
Austrian company Soravia invested over 30m euros in one of Skopje's most luxurious neighbourhoods -- the Soravia Resort.
The quality is high, Soravia officials say. The houses and apartments are spacious with many extra features, and are connected to the main road arteries.
"In the Soravia resort, there will be a spa centre with a little swimming pool, spaces for steam baths and fitness ... several shops and a little cafeteria. Our company will take care of the complex, including maintenance, cleaning and 24-hour security, Soravia's Macedonia branch General Director Peter Root told SETimes.
"We are satisfied by the dynamics of the sales. Of all the structures under construction, we have sold over 60% of the flats. They cost between 1,450 and 1,650 euros per square metre, depending on the location," Root said.
Most of those interested in suburban living have successful private businesses, though some are professionals like doctors, as well as athletes.
"We do not want to divide our potential clients according to profession or in any other way. The important thing is these people can recognise the quality of life we offer in this community and they have enough funds to afford it," Soravia's Sales and Marketing Manager Vasko Davidovski told SETimes.
Davidovski explained that the preference to live in suburban communities stems largely from the desire for privacy, but also for a quieter, organised and maintained living quarters.
Other investors say less than 20% of people in Macedonia can afford a luxurious lifestyle in suburban neighbourhoods. However, that has not stopped others from seeking ways to fund the lifestyle.
As more construction is planned, companies expect buyers.
"I expect lower prices and more benefits than the flats like Vodno," Zikol construction company Manager Zhivko Pandev told SETimes.
Experts warn however, that some locations are not very well connected with the city centre.
"Investors need to remember these neighbourhoods need good roads, as well as electricity, water, heating supplies, which is not the case with many municipalities," Skopje Civil Engineering Faculty Professor Goran Markovski told SETimes.
"Infrastructure can always be built, but the more profound effect is the division into classes which impacts how people conduct their affairs. The wealthier are choosing to group in a kind of mini towns. When the lifestyle gains momentum, I expect it to include separate elite schools and the like, and they will separately involve themselves in societal trends and activities," Igor Nikolovski, real estate agency owner and expert, told SETimes.
Real estate specialists say there is an additional reason for increasing interest in luxurious neighbourhoods.
"Investments in real estate are the safest during unstable economic conditions. While there is always the potential to create a bubble if mortgaging is left unchecked -- something that happened in the Western countries -- the population's debt level in Macedonia is low and there is no danger of that," Nikolovski said.
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