Developed by Wallberg Properties group, Sunnyville residential complex is located in Brasov, on the Temelia former factory, at the intersection of the Carpaților and Muncii streets. The first 83 of the total 340 apartments will be delivered turnkey until the end of this year. This project stands out by the brand it proposes, the message that immediately attracted the attention of the people from Brașov, a message that impels them to become “sunny”, to look on the bright side, to love their everyday life and give respect in order to receive respect.
Rep .: Mr. Valentin Morar, whence such a unique message?
Valentin Morar: I think it is a very appropriate message for both our business and for this project. We, as developers, build communities and thus influence the life of the city. So, it’s a great responsibility in what we do, being obliged to provide benefits to the individuals, the family, and the community. It is a challenge to develop projects that set new standards of quality that bring a truly extra city life and a challenge that we embrace in our projects. And Sunnyville is no exception. On the contrary, I think it’s time in Brasov for a new standard of quality and here we invest more than millions of euro, we invest all our experience gained in 14 years of residential real estate development.
Rep .: Please develop for our readers the idea of community involvement.
V.M .: For us, it is not a new idea, it is a philosophy of business, I would say even an obligation to improve the community life with every project we build. We assess all aspects and try to imagine how people will live in that residential project over 2, 10 or 20 years. In our view, business is not just a financial profit, pure opportunism and exploitation in a short term, it means the medium and long term vision, concern for the environment and for the community. These things generate added value over time. We all want to live in a city that is becoming more modern, with better, happier and more serene people and we know that the change starts with us. This would have to acknowledge each of us and stop waiting to come “someone” to do “something”. Each of us is that “someone” and it’s time to define that “something” and take action starting today.
Rep .: What are the important aspects for those looking for an apartment?
V.M .: I think the most important aspect is the quality standard of both the project and developer. We address to educated people who properly assess not only the potential area, urban classification or price, but also the quality of the offer, which speaks for the whole profile and developer investment. A good project, in fact, is seen since the assessment of those who finance the project. A wise client should inquire whether the project is financed by a serious bank. As a developer, one can not obtain a bank financing unless you have some serious guarantees, a very good track record, and a very good project. These “certifications” granted by a banking institution after very serious checks and analyses are very important in the purchasing decision of our customers. They also need to know that a bank financing eliminates the risk of blockage due to lack of liquidity, as it can happen in the case of projects financed and built from people’s money. Only such a guarantee, combined with the brand created by the developer and the project quality perspective can provide a better, safer, and more comfortable life.
Wallberg Properties is a group of companies controlled by the businessman Valentin Morar. It has a portfolio of over 100,000 square meters of residential projects in Arad, Cluj, and Brasov. Sunnyville Residence Brasov project has a total value of EUR 21,30 million. The first phase, worth EUR 5.5 million, is constructed with accessing a Piraeus Bank funding. Along with Sunnyville Brasov, Wallberg Properties is developing two residential projects in Arad, which will be turnkey delivered in 2017: Arad Plaza and Bourgeois Residence, totaling over 21 000 square meters built, intended for mixed residential and office, having a value of 13.20 million.