Technical description

The City Home residential park and all its buildings, and the residential blocks they contain, also stand out from run-of-the-mill new-build properties in terms of their technical specifications. When it came to selecting the building materials we set strict standards. Only the products and construction materials of recognised brands, manufactured in Europe, can go into our buildings, be they bricks, radiators, tap fittings or tiles. When handing over the properties we provide residents with the ÉMI quality control certificate for every product used on the construction, as proof that they really are moving into a first-class, high-quality home.

We take similar care to ensure the aesthetically pleasing design of common areas and apartments. The residents have a wide choice of claddings, wood flooring and interior doors. Our technical consultants are also on hand to accommodate special requests, from underfloor heating to air conditioning or hydro massage bathtubs.

The buildings that have already been completed serve as an excellent reference with regard to style and quality, and in the as-yet unoccupied apartments prospective buyers have an opportunity to take a close look at the claddings, sanitary fittings, doors and windows.

Metrodom treats environmental protection and affordable sustainability as a priority, which is why these buildings also constructed so as to provide an opportunity for selective waste collection, as well as energy and water economy (for example through the use of special toilet cisterns). We also guarantee an "A – Energy-saving" energy rating for the building and apartments.

In all of the buildings in the residential park the heating and hot water systems employ modern condensing boilers with low-temperature heating water. The temperature of each apartment is individually controlled (every radiator is fitted with an automatic thermostatic valve), and the individual heat and hot water consumption meters ensure that everyone only pays for their own consumption. All consumption meters for the apartments are located in the hall outside, saving on space inside the apartment, and enabling them to be read without disturbing the residents.

We equip the buildings with state-of-the-art telecommunication networks that satisfy all requirements, offering bandwidth of up to 120/10 Mbps via optical cable in the common areas and via CAT5 wiring in the apartments. We haven't skimped on television, telephone and computer network sockets, which you will find in all the main rooms; and we haven't forgotten to put power sockets next to them either.

In the City Home residential park we don't just devote attention to the building and apartments, but also to the surrounding areas. The new streets and pavements under construction will receive ornamental paving, the parking spaces are separated with green islands, and alongside the roads we are planting avenues of trees and installing modern streetlights and benches. In the space enclosed by Mester u. 83/C and Nádasdy u. 14., as shown in the visual plan, a fenced-off private park and playground, owned by the residential park and for the exclusive use of residents, is being constructed.

Each buildings in the Metrodom City Home residential park contains several stairwells ("blocks"), which will operate as independent apartment blocks in accordance with the Act on Apartment Buildings following their completion. The apartment blocks are established in accordance with this law by Metrodom, which approves the apartment blocks' founding deeds, organisational and operational regulations, initial common costs and the first common representative. Thereafter, the general meetings of the individual apartment blocks will naturally be free to decide on these matters.

The founding deeds of the individual apartment blocks are "linked" in several respects, so that owners can effectively act together with regard to joint matters relating to the residential park. One such issue that concerns several of apartment blocks, for example, could be the maintenance of the parking garages that serve groups of building, or the private park and playground under construction; or if required, there is also an opportunity to set up a security patrol to watch over the entire residential park.


The community rooftop terrace on phases L-M of City Home