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Aerial view of Saliena city, Latvia
Latvia

Saliena is the largest realty project in the Baltics (455 ha), with an unparalleled location between Riga capital city, Jurmala and Riga International airport. 

Saliena is an optimally planned town in development. At its core is Saliena residential, offering premium housing with additional facilities to create an inspirational lifestyle. This is complemented by Saliena’s world-class golf course, business park, planned retail park, and various educational and leisure facilities.

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http://www.saliena.com

email: sales@saliena.com telephone: +371 6760 0888

Салиена – крупнейший проект в области недвижимости в Балтийском регионе (455 га), не имеющий себе равных по местоположению. 

Объект располагается между столицей – Ригой, - Юрмалой и международным аэропортом Рига. Салиена – оптимально спланированный город в развитии. Основа проекта – жилой комплекс, предлагающий дома премиум-класса и дополнительные удобства, призванные сделать жизнь вдохновляющей. Кроме того, в Салиене имеется соответствующее мировым стандартам поле для гольфа, бизнес-парк,   предусмотренный проектом торговый комплекс и различные объекты для получения образования и проведения досуга.

Контакты

http://www.saliena.com

e-mail: sales@saliena.com

Линия для клиентов в Латвии: Телефон: +371 6760 0888

Линия для клиентов в России: Телефон: +7 495 7 881 881

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