Only ten years after, the Eurolink land was classified as one of the best locations in Bulgaria, by national and international land specialists and publications. These include the Knight Frank Report, the Hot Property Magazine, and the Bulgarian Real Estate Agents Association. At present, the newly approved Master Plan of the Municipality of Varna states that 80% of the new city of Varna will be constructed on Eurolink land. This decision is final! The works for the required infrastructure have already commenced.
The Marina Bay project will offer at least 650 mooring places. It is estimated that more than 150 building plots will have direct access to the water, while another 250 plots will enjoy a fantastic view of the marina and Sea Lake, from the surrounding amphitheatrically positioned terrain. With plots of minimum size of 1,000 square meters, and houses covering an area of maximum 20-25% of these plots, the ‘green element’ is guaranteed to live forever. The private swimming pools and landscaped gardens will add to the character of the project and will ensure that a balance is maintained between the elements of nature in the area.
In addition to exclusive residences, Marina Bay will house shops, restaurants and recreational units that will bring life to the community. We aim to create a unique character, similar to that of a picturesque and cosmopolitan Greek island in the Aegean. Visitors and inhabitants will be able to spend their day there, wine and dine in cozy and tasteful restaurants and cafes, and take a stroll in gorgeous walk ways, paths and bridges! Those who love fishing and sailing, or just want peace of mind, Marina Bay will be their dream retreat. Marina Bay will satisfy all senses. It will allow the ears to enjoy the relaxing sound of water, flowing around you from everywhere. It will let the eyes ‘swim’ in the blue and green colors of the surrounding idyllic landscape. It will fill your nostrils with the aromas of hundreds of flowers and trees. It will enable you to touch flora and fauna that is almost extinct around the world.