Cordia's New, Energy-efficient Project Reaches Highest Point
The i6 Residence near Central Europe's largest urban regeneration development area, the Corvin Promenade in Budapest, has reached its highest point, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The i6 Residence by Cordia is a few minutes’ walk away from the international award-winning Corvin Promenade, which offers a wide range of shopping and entertainment opportunities and leisure facilities.
The building will consist of energy-efficient apartments that will meet or exceed the near-zero energy requirements. Depending on their location, the homes’ energy ratings will be AA or BB, meaning that the potential energy use of these properties can be as little as a quarter to a third of that of an average FF-rated home.
Half of all Hungarian apartments and family houses are rated FF or worse on the standard energy rating scale used in Hungary, and houses built in the 2000s are typically FF-rated, Cordia notes.
In order to save energy, the i6 Residence is built with a building structure with high thermal insulation performance, without thermal bridges, and apartments are equipped with a central heat pump technology, and a ceiling heating and cooling system that can be controlled room by room or even remotely from a smartphone, so there is no need for conventional radiators or separate air conditioning systems.
Within the framework of the project, designed by Gábor & Svejkovszky Design and Architecture, the construction of 162 modern, well-allocated homes with private garden access on the ground floor and balconies on the upper floors will be finished by the summer of 2024, and there are still available apartments for buyers.
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