Cyprus’ tallest building expects permit in few days

Cyprus’ tallest building expects permit in few days

CYPRUS may only have a little over 1.2 million residents but the small island nation has big dreams in store for the future of its tourism and economy.

Permit for the Aura project which will soon be known as the tallest building in Cyprus is anticipated by the end of May.

The infrastructure will stand at 181.5 meters high and will feature 44 floors.

Investors are finalizing agreements to comply set by Limassol Municipality before the official permit will be released.

The conditions set by the municipality include providing more than 300 public parking spaces and allocating the ground floor space for a municipal art gallery.

The modern tower will also provide luxury residential apartments located on the seafront of Limassol which is famous for its festivals, clear blue waters, and dark golden sand.

Tourism is a critical part of the economy in Cyprus. The tiny island nation of over 1.2 million population receives about two million tourists every year.


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