The notice on ZSE states that the apartment was sold for exactly 569,000 euros, ie a little more than 4.2 million kuna, which raises its price per square meter to an impressive 6,400 euros.
It is not stated who the buyer of the apartment is, but that individual became the owner of one of the most expensive living spaces in the country because the prices of apartments in Zagreb, for example, range from around 1,800 to 2,000 euros per square meter.
Clearly, the average price of apartments in Split is around 2,600 euros, while Dubrovnik is by far the most expensive with around 3,600 euros per square meter. By the way, the prices of apartments in Dubrovnik, especially on Stradun, used to rise to an incredible 10,000 euros per square meter, in Split real estate on the waterfront can reach a price of 6,000 euros per square meter, and such expensive apartments can be found in the center of Zagreb.
By the way, the company Stanovi Jadran is an investor in the project in the area of the former Split fishmonger's (fish market), and construction began in 2017.