Located in the Skanste neighbourhood, the "Rennaissance" building is proud to highlight the details, material quality and sustainable solutions. The recently organized social event at "Renaissance" proved this to be true for every guest! The grand event was organized by the project developer LNK Properties in cooperation with Latvia Sotheby's International Realty. Musical performances were given by a musical duo, Andrejs Osokins and Catherine Gupalo.
"This is a very special day. The project becomes a home, a place where the charm of the city is trapped, where one can feel at ease and welcomed," said Alexandra Strode, head of the residential property department at LNK Properties Ltd, a project developer, and a Board Member of LNK Industries. "
In Rennaissance, the city centre's dynamic landscape blends with urban living space, and the project challenges the usual understanding of privacy as a visual separation from the street space. Yet, at the same time, owners of the apartments can feel like in a private house.
I am pleased to be working with the fabulous team on this project. It's a continuous interaction as the project progresses, resulting in the building – no one felt indifferent. Some solutions even exceeded initial expectations. Thanks to the entire project team – the architects, builders, fellow developers," says Strode.
Ilze Mazurenko, owner of Latvia Sotheby's International Realty, sales expert: "Renaissance flats provide a contemporary, withheld design made of premium-quality materials, ensuring the highest standards accordingly. The large panoramic windows provide a sense of brightness, breadth and inspiration in the centre of Riga, thus guaranteeing a sophisticated and modern way of life, which will be cherished by even the most electable prospective apartment owners."
The developer of the project is SIA "LNK Properties", authors of architecture and interior design – the office "Sarma Norde", while construction work was carried out by one of the largest construction companies in Latvia, AS "LNK Industries".