Cyprus Mail

New private hospital set for Nicosia

A new private hospital is set to be built in Nicosia after Bank of Cyprus sold the building to a group of doctors for a reported €3m.

The building in question used to be home to Assiotis Home Plaza and subsequently Sun Tower.

According to an article in InBusiness news, Bank of Cyprus had been trying to sell the building for a few years. The deal was clinched a few days ago, the report said, with a group of Cypriot doctors for a cost of €3m.

The property at the moment has an area of 6,215 square metres. and is located on a plot of land spanning 2,283 square metres.

It has a building factor of 160 per cent which allows the construction of a six-floor building at maximum height of 24 metres.

Although the Bank of Cyprus was not immediately available to comment.

Related posts

London mural for George Michael

Nick Theodoulou

Polis mayor ‘satisfied’ with visitor numbers

Annette Chrysostomou

Third suspect arrested after 2.7kg cannabis found

Annette Chrysostomou

France to bolster Mediterranean military presence over Turkish prospecting -Macron

Reuters News Service

Police officer arrested for child abuse

Annette Chrysostomou

Coronavirus: 1,030 inspections, 32 booked

Annette Chrysostomou