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M2 at the Hippodrome is taking Care of Green Space around the Housing Complex

Published: November 9, 2013 | 8:11 am
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Tbilisi, 8 November 2013 – the development company M2 Real Estate has carried out large-scale works looking after the trees and other plants around the m at the Hippodrome housing complex: the soil has been dug around the plants, the trees have been cleaned from the construction works dust, each tree has been treated with a special stimulator, and the roots have been treated with special granules and pesticide. Thereby, the existing plants have been prepared for the winter season.
Meanwhile, renovation works in the M2 at the Hippodrome housing complex flats are continuing. Works are also being carried out at the inner yard: asphalt is being paved, cobblestones and flower pots are being installed. One of the flats at the complex has already been renovated, and acts as a showroom. Prospective buyers can see for themselves, what the flats will look like in the finished state, and what the quality of the renovation works will be like.
There is a broad choice of flats that are currently available for purchase at the M2 at the Hippodrome housing complex. Customers can choose the property online, based either on the size (area) of the flat, or on the number of rooms. One-bedroom studio flats are available from 47 m2. Those who wish to purchase a larger flat, have a choice of properties with two, three or four bedrooms available to them. The renovation works in the M2 at the Hippodrome housing complex will be completed by the autumn of 2014.
For more information, or to select a property online, please visit www.m2.ge

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