Duna Terasz Premium Apartments are located in the neighbourhood bordering Danubius Street, Úszódaru Street, Kelén Street and Sólyatér Street, with the soon to be added pedestrian access as part of our project, near Foka Bay in the Danube riverside area in Budapest’s District 13. This area has practically evolved into a new quarter.
The desirable location of the residential park has easy access to public transportation.
In just five minutes you can walk to Gyöngyösi Street station of the metroline M3, which is a fast way to reach the city centre. Additionally, you also have easy access to the busy transport hubs of Budapest by bus lines 15, 115 and 120. You can also enjoy a BKV boat ride from the nearby pier.
If you travel by car you can reach the central areas of Buda and Pest, and motorways M0 and M2 along Váci Street.
Easy access to shopping facilities, educational, health institutions and other services from Duna Terasz Apartments. The neighbourhood offers great facilities for people leading an active lifestyle. The Danube bank running track and tennis court, as well as a fitness club are close by.
You can also pursue rowing sports nearby in Népsziget (island). Swimmers will find great conditions for active recreation at the soon to be opened Dagály Swimming Academy.
District XIII offers reputable kindergartens, schools and other educational institutions for parents with school age children.
We have achieved another milestone! In just a year from the first day of construction, in recent days we have reached the highest point of the building.
Thanks to the investment and construction team, structural construction has been completed on time, handing over the site for other works.
Look at the construction work we have done so far in our new short film.
There is no time to get bored, because, as work will continue with the interior design, as a result of which at the time of delivery all our customers will receive a key to the apartment of their dreams.
If You have not found a home for yourself yet, it is worth hurrying, as fewer and fewer available apartments are left in the terrace building!