Many families in Klaipeda probably think of the image of the former candy factory Jonas Hill and Meridian gained access a few years ago. Moist, covered with grass, hollow windows and doors, fenced with high graffiti, a red brick fence was cut off – what was left of it, bringing the confectionery to another place. However, the history of this place is much deeper than that of post-packages and sweets.
Turgaus g. The 37th story of the area began in the 16th century, when we circled the river Danië on the peninsula, two churches were built: Lithuanian and German communities. In the course of the war with Sweden the city had to be reinforced by dams. The church of Lithuania was demolished and the German moved to another place. When the Bastions lost their defensive meaning, this area was handed over to the businessmen with permission from the King of Prussia. XVIII century In the second half of this country there was a warehouse with sea salt, which burned down in 1854 during a great fire. After three years a herd sorting warehouse was built. Historic warehouses On the coast, from the perspective of the city, are very important as a new sign of the identity of Klaipeda. The city, which is from the military fort of the XVIII century. turned into a trading port.
"Territory conversion documents were built more than a decade ago, and in 2014 the Danės Užutėtis project was developed here, and this year the" Harbor Quays "- restoration of historic buildings – were restored in the rest, residential areas and commercial buildings," says Gediminas Pruskus. , head of the INREAL group.
"For us it was a big business challenge and at the same time an opportunity to show that through joint efforts and trust in what you do, even the most complex projects can be implemented," says G. Pruskus. Today Turgaus g. The 37th area adorns the dike of the Cape. The renovated façade and authentic details are a clear indication that Klaipeda is a city here that cherishes its history. The demolished fences open a beautiful view of the new inhabitants of the river, the old and new city. Buyers of houses – families of families in Klaipeda who wanted to live in this special place of the city.
In the autumn of last year the sign of authenticity was unveiled on the façade of the "Capes-quays". The brand and the certificate are crowned with the authentically restored buildings, while retaining unique historical qualities, and adapted to a new life. The INREAL Group won the national winner in the environment and business coordination category by presenting the "Capes quay" project during the European Business Awards competition.
INREAL grew up with Klaipėda in this decade, and not just because of implemented projects. In 2004, the INREAL office was established in Klaipeda, where professional appraisers of real estate, estate agents and consultants work. So next year, when the INREAL group exists for 25 years, the Klaipeda office will celebrate its 15th anniversary.