150 tons of steel, 1,500 m3 of high-performance concrete and 14 hours of casting were used by the construction team of 40 men, who have been working day and night on ‘Europe’s New Riviera’.
The construction milestones that have been completed so far include the main structure piling which consist of 69 piles - 20-25 m long each, the main structure of the Poseidon tower with three out of 35 floors completed, the single pedestal of the three-meter-high Poseidon tower and the single pedestal of the southern underground parking lots.
The construction of the Leptos Group’s Limassol Blu Marine is said to contribute significantly to the Cypriot economy through the creation of new jobs in both the construction and services fields. Limassol Blu Marine has already attracted interest from foreign investors and a large number of high-end buyers in luxury apartments and it aims to establish the area as a prime location for Cypriot and foreign companies dealing with innovation, technology, finance etc.
Limassol is rapidly becoming a thriving central hub with a wealth of services and high-quality services on its doorstep. One of the Leptos Group goals is to increase its presence in Limassol in the coming years. Limassol Blu Marine will serve as a unique destination for every need as it will consist of specially designed offices, luxury homes, world-class facilities, as well as unobstructed sea views. Additionally, the project is located in front of Aktaia Odos, an area that includes Limassol Marina, My Mall, Dubai World Cruise Terminal, an international golf course and the construction of the largest integrated casino resort in Europe.