Parnavaz Mepe Avenue, Saburtalo District, Tbilisi, 0131, Georgia
Starting from $42,533
Archi Dighomi 3 is a new 25-story residential complex located in the Didi Dighomi district of Tbilisi, Georgia. The complex has an elegant exterior design, high-quality construction materials, and a favorable location. The complex location was strategically selected, and taking into consideration that the Tbilisi City Hall plans to build new roads to access to the residential complex through Aghmashenebeli Alley, King Pharnavaz Street, and King Mirian Street, it will be even more easily accessible by car and public transportation.
The complex complies with the safety regulations mandated by the 41st Ordinance of the Government of Georgia and has a variety of amenities including an electric generator and water tank to provide 24/7 water and power supply, premium quality elevators from KONE and other high-quality brands, open and closed parking spaces and a 7000 square meter recreation area that includes a park, playground and a sports ground, providing a complete living experience for the residents.
During the construction of the complex, the company is using only the most modern technologies and materials with high energy efficiency for the external walls (ensured by YTONG aerated concrete blocks – a unique German-made building material). This will save about 40% of the energy spent on heating and air conditioning. In addition, the YTONG units offer unique fire safety and can inhibit the spread of fire for 4 hours!
The apartments of the complex Archi Dighomi 3 are delivered in Premium Frame conditions (Higher quality Green Frame), and you just need to bring in your furniture to make it a home. The complex offers a variety of apartments with different areas and designs, from the smallest 1-bedroom apartments with European planning of 54.5m2 to the largest with a kitchen-living room, three bedrooms, two bathroom, and two spacious balconies with a total area of 134.8m2.
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