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ENK Complex Prishtina, KS

Initiated in August 2006 the ENK Complex is a landmark urban development for the city center of Prishtina, the capital of the newly formed state of Kosova. The ENK Complex will be an intregrated multi-use development, providing the city centre with high-end office facilities, luxury residential accomodation, lavish reatil arcades and a five star hotel. These services of internation standard will be integrated with an extensive fully pedesrianized public area of multi-leveled parks that are easily accessible via ramps, scenis passageways and elevators. Discreet, but extensive parking facilities will be located below ground level.

4M Group are working in conjuction with Anarch, a local architecture company to create a scheme that is without precedent in the region. With the significant increase in the population of Prishtina the best use of scrace land both in term of sustainability, Urban development needs and regional development interest is of pressing concern. The ENK Complex deals with all of these issues in its use of cutting edge technologies, sustainable energy solutions, and exciting contermproary design, eventually lifting the overall profile of the city.

The ENK development in Prishtina aims to create a catalytic example for both the local and international community. A development of such magnitude in this emerging region will inevitably provide a yardstics against which any future developments will be compared.

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Source:  4mgroup.co.uk; anarch.biz
 
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4 Comments
  • Flamur

    a mundesh mem tregu kur ka me fillu ndertimi i ketyre ndertesave moderne

    December 8, 2010 at 6:08 pm
  • Maribel Breakfast

    We were looking at getting several solar panels for our property last year. The only concern was the amount. The most inexpensive system we identified was close to five thousand dollars. It would have taken us several years to recoup that amount of money. At any rate, we came across these instructions for making your own solar panel systems. We ended up going that route. It ended up saving us a great deal of cash, and the totally free, environment friendly electrical power is wonderful! :) We operate several of our appliances off this source of power.

    March 27, 2011 at 1:17 am
  • behar jashari

    a ka fillu mu ndertu kjo banes , qe e paten nal punen njeher a veq qeton deshta me dit flm.?

    May 12, 2011 at 1:40 pm
  • Gimi-Gjermany

    ne vitin 2006 dhe prap do jan ne temel te ndertimit nga gimi

    January 29, 2012 at 1:01 pm

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