In not-so-long time ago, Bratislava was defined by three key markers - railway station, coach station and a river. Entire city life was set within three transport hubs.
Modern Bratislava is framed by another transport hub - the international airport. Connecting the project to the airport and creating a perfect urban transport network Pharos will flawlessly enclose the current city framework.
Projecting the continuous progress and advancement of the capital the welcoming city gate becomes an important transport and business hub of wider citycentre of Bratislava.
Total premises area is 47ha.
All sector in Pharos area are supplied by underground utilities. Rough capacity data are stated for the whole area.
|Supply of water:||100 000 m3/day|
|Supply of electricity:||2x10 MW|
|Supply of gas:||3,6 mil. m3/year|
|Sewage:||280 thous. liters/day|
The landscape plan of Bratislava from 2007 regulates the area by dividing it into two parts according to the north-southern main axis. The eastern part is defined as E502-Mixed area of business, production and non-production services, and the western part is defined as G201-OV of citywide importance.
The traffic axis is composed of a newly-built prolongation of Galvaniho Street, and tha basic traffic artery (DTI „A“); the second entry is made of the crossroad on Ivánska Street (DTI „C“). By interconnecting two entries into the area (DTI „B“) and creating service communications (DTI „G,H,I“) the basic traffic artery of the Pharos project is completed.