The COVID-19 crisis has had only a limited impact on the overall project so far. Construction work had to be halted for just one week, in keeping with the government’s restrictions, and we had to put in place certain safety measures. Since then, the work has resumed and gathered pace. Most tenants have moved in – although some have delayed things by a few weeks – and we pulled out all the stops to ensure it went smoothly. The senior residence, with more than 100 apartments, will open in September. It will have a dedicated restaurant and a medical centre.
Rental and sales figures are strong, as contracts have been signed for almost 70% of the units. The building offers a unique, urban living experience that includes four restaurants, a grocery store, a child-care facility, a medical centre, a fitness studio and more. Oassis also aims to set the standard in terms of sustainability – with district heating , solar panels and rooftop gardens – and intergenerational, social well-being.