49e, Ilia Chavchavadze Avenue, Vake District, Tbilisi, 1062, Georgia
Starting from $277,565
Orion is a new 23-story complex developed in the Vake district of Tbilisi, at 49 Ilya Chavchavadze Avenue. It is a prime location in one of the most prestigious places of the Georgia. It’s close to many amenities including Vake Park, Turtle Lake, the Ethnographic Museum, and educational institutions such as the French School of Caucasus and Ilia State University. You’ll also find supermarkets and restaurants nearby. The complex also has a few amenities such as two swimming pools, a fitness center, and the Russian consulate.
The complex will also offer a 4-level parking space with a car lift from German brand Kleemann, a lobby with stone from Italian brand Laminam, two high-speed elevators from Japanese brand Mitsubishi Electric, and a facade insulated with mineral wool and finished with energy-efficient ventilated facade slabs from Austrian brand Fundermax. The building also uses aluminum windows and doors from German brand Schüco and low-emission tempered glass from French brand Saint Gobain.
Additional services include 24-hour video surveillance and security, concierge service, cleaning service, valet parking, car wash, and a café. The apartments for sale range in size from 48 to 229m2. They are sold in a Green Frame condition which means they come with aluminum windows and doors from German brand Schüco, low-emission tempered glass from French brand Saint Gobain, an individual heating boiler from French company De Dietrich with sectional radiators and a chimney from Poujoulat, European wiring, low-voltage wiring for TV, internet, and phone, plumbing for bathrooms, floor screed and plastered walls from German firm Knauff, prepared ceilings, a split air conditioning system from Mitsubishi, a balcony with glass handrails from BTS Aluminum and finished with Italian frost-resistant granite from Marazzi, a video-audio intercom, and an iron entrance door of European production.
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