This property is part of ongoing public tender "Project Dalmatin".
The commercial premises located in a 15-storey Class B office building in the city centre, at the intersection of Slovenska cesta and Dalmatinova ulica. Two thirds of the property is long-term rented to tenants from public sector and health services.
The building was built in 1963 as the highest commercial building at the time with 63 m of height. Today it is mostly used for office units on the upper floors and retail units on the ground and first basement floor. The main entrance of the building on the ground floor leads to a small lobby with common reception, visitors’ lavatories and four personal elevators. The offices on individual floors can be entered by using magnetic cards. Each floor has men's and women's sanitary facilities and a small kitchenette. The archive and storage areas are available on the underground levels. The buildings’ floorplan and the reinforced concrete frame system enable- easy reconstruction of each floor into open space layout or individual offices.
The property is located in the city centre, at the intersection of Slovenska cesta and Dalmatinova ulica. It is surrounded by several business- and administrative buildings, the Supreme Court, Ljubljana Stock Exchange, hotels, shops, restaurants and bars... The building´s main entrance is directly connected to the Slovenska pedestrian zone.
Ljubljana lies at the crossroads of important transport routes from Northern Europe to the Adriatic Sea, and from Western Europe to Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the Near East. With more than 288,000 inhabitants it is the largest city in the country and its economic, political, scientific and cultural centre.
The Slovenian capital is distinguished by high living standard, diverse high-quality cultural and sports events as well as preserved natural environment. Ljubljana is safe and open city, friendly towards children, the youth and the elderly. Its central location within Slovenia supported by concentration of educational, scientific and research institutions generates the most knowledge and human potential in the region. The human potential is meet by 12,628 entrepreneurs, 18,560 registered limited liability companies and 343 corporate companies that generate over a third of the Slovenian gross domestic product.
Deadline for the submission of EOI is 16 April 2019 by 16.00 (CET).