New buildings in Reda
City on the map
Reda is a part of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, County Wejherovo. The city is located on the Reda River, between the forested highlands of Pucka and the Kashubian Lake District. To the east of the city lies a vast lowland called Moscimi Blota, and to the north, Kempa Rekovska.
Why is it profitable to buy an apartment from a developer in Reda?
It is a developing city, which is a part of the Small Kashubian District (Rumia, Reda, Weikherovo).
Ideal conditions for the functioning of new companies are created here due to the location, availability of free areas for construction and developing infrastructure. Reda is one of the few Polish municipalities showing positive population growth rates.
There are three railway stations serving trains: suburban, regional and long-distance. They represent a large integration transport hub, which is used by residents not only of Reda, but also of many nearby cities. Also, important road routes pass through the city. Public transport is represented by seven bus lines.
The tourist direction is developing here. The city has enough attractions for sightseeing and options for spending free time. In Reda, the emphasis is on culture and sports. For athletes, there is a well-equipped stadium certified by the Polish Athletics Association (PZLA). This charming family oriented city park is set in vibrant coastal areas. The water park (a unique private recreation complex in the country) with live sharks and the first revolving slide in Poland was built in Reda. Tourists are attracted by canoeing on the river and hiking trails in the Darlub Forest and the Three Cities Landscape Park.
Reda is known as the center of Kashubian culture. The Kashubian language is studied in schools; an international competition of Kashubian visual art (Kashubia Visuales) is held every year (artists present the adaptation of Kashubian motives to contemporary art and Kashubian folklore is being popularized).
The climate is continental: warm summers (average temperature is 20-25°C) and snowy winters (the thermometer does not drop below -2°C).
The northern and western parts of the city are covered by forests with pines, spruces, hornbeams, beeches, larches, birches and maples. The crystal clear water of the Reda River creates conditions for the habitation of many species of fish, in particular, brown trout, sea trout and grayling, which attracts fishing tourists.
The very rapid development of Reda at the end of the twentieth century was associated with the construction of new buildings for the workers of the nuclear power plant in Zharnowiec. Residential complexes in Reda (low-rise and high-rise) consist of apartments of different classes. The demand for apartments in Reda from the developers is growing. Apartments are purchased for living and for investment purposes. Reda's property prices in the new buildings are moderate enough for the European market.
The sale of apartments from developers is carried out in black frame condition or on a turnkey basis. Renovation in new buildings complies with European standards. Customer reviews confirm the good quality of the facilities being built. New buildings in Reda from the developer are delivered on time and are made using the latest technologies.
You can buy housing in Reda at a relatively inexpensive cost (by the standards of the EU and the Polish real estate market).
The lowest price for one square meter of space in black frame condition (according to information from the GEOLN.COM search engine) is 1,180$.
Features of the acquisition of real estate by foreigners
A foreigner can buy an apartment in Reda in a new building absolutely freely. Only when the objects of the transaction are villas, houses in a rural area or a border zone, then the Polish Ministry of Internal Affairs checks both the buyer and the information about the building or land, and then issues a special permit in case of a positive result.
What to see and how to spend time
Objects of historical value:
- the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the neo-Gothic style,
- station and manor complex (1875),
- former tavern building,
- manor and park complexes (first half of the 19th century),
- a cemetery of boxwood graves (currently being investigated by archaeologists).
Places to visit
- City Park,
- Street art gallery,
- City Public Library,
- Water park.
Purchasing an apartment in a new building of Reda is a pragmatic investment with the possibility of obtaining a stable rental income and a good choice for living in a city with significant investment potential.
Prices per sq. m. in popular districts of Reda
|Rekowo Dolne||1180$ / m2|
|The White River||1280$ / m2|