Two Office Units for sale in Peiraias Greece.
Euro Resales Property ID: 9826751 Superb commercial spaces in one of the most in demand areas in Greece. There are 2 offices (together as one, with two outdoors) on the 6th floor. The Offices are located right behind the dimotiko theather of Peiraias. The come with a fantastic view of the city, located in the most in demand area of Peiraias. They are very accessible only 5 minutes near the port and 10 minutes from the metro station of Peiraias. These offices are perfect for and investor moving their commercial operations to Greece. Communal Fees (per year): 1500 Floor Space (metres squared): office1=18.80 and office 2=22.70 Furnished: Both Offices Are Unfurnished Plot (metres squared): Office 1=16/1000 office2=21/000 Parking: Off Street Parking View: Cityscape Distance from Sea: Walking Distance from Airport: 1.5 hours Distance from Golf: Please Select Distance from Main Attraction: Walking About the Area: Piraeus (/paɪˈriːəs, pɪˈreɪəs/; Greek: Πειραιάς Pireás [pireˈas], Ancient Greek: Πειραιεύς, Peiraieús, pronounced [peːrai̯eús]) is a port city in the region of Attica, Greece. Piraeus is located within the Athens urban area, 12 kilometres (7 miles) southwest from its city centre (municipality of Athens), and lies along the east coast of the Saronic Gulf. According to the 2011 census, Piraeus had a population of 163.688 people within its administrative limits, making it the fifth largest municipality in Greece and the second largest within the urban area of the Greek capital, following the municipality of Athens. The municipality of Piraeus and several other suburban municipalities within the regional unit of Piraeus form the greater Piraeus area, with a total population of 448,997, and is part οf Athens urban area. Piraeus has a long recorded history, dating to ancient Greece. The city was founded in the early 5th century BC, when this area was selected to become the new port of classical Athens and was built as a prototype harbour, concentrating all the import and transit trade of Athens. During the Golden Age of Athens the Long Walls were constructed to fortify Athens and its port (Piraeus). Consequently, it became the chief harbour of ancient Greece, but declined gradually after the 3rd century B.C., growing once more in the 19th century, after Athens' declaration as the capital of Greece. In the modern era, Piraeus is a large city, bustling with activity and an integral part of Athens, acting as home to the country's biggest harbour and bearing all the characteristics of a huge marine and commercial-industrial center. The port of Piraeus is the chief port in Greece, the largest passenger port in Europe and the second largest in the world, servicing about 20 million passengers annually. With a throughput of 1.4 million TEUs, Piraeus is placed among the top ten ports in container traffic in Europe and the top container port in the Eastern Mediterranean.The municipality hosted events in both the 1896 and 2004 Summer Olympics held in Athens. The University of Piraeus is one of the largest Greek universities and has the country's second-oldest business school, as well as the oldest academic department in the area of finance.