Eurovea is a business, retail and residential centre in Bratislava, Slovakia, located near the Apollo bridge and Tower 115 building. Eurovea connects the Danube riverbank with the city center and offers many stores and leisure time facilities.
The centre also includes offices, apartments, and a Sheraton hotel. Almost two thirds of the Eurovea area are covered by green and public areas. The construction cost was circa €13M. It belongs to the city. It opened to the public on March 26th, 2010.
The first plans to build a similar project were by Imrich Barta, an architect of Greek descent, in the 1970s. However, his work was stopped by the communist government.
Eurovea includes the Eurovea Galleria (previously known as Pribina Gallery) shopping mall, which covers an area of 60,000 m².
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