Real Palace

Real Palace

Active since 2011
from ‍1 827 GEL / m2
 $590

Real Palace's building projects  1 object on sale

Black Sea Towers
from ‍1 827 GEL / m2
 $590
Completion: 2023, 4 quarter
Batumi, 16 Shartava St.

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Develops projects only in Batumi
for sale
all sold

Projects with sold apartments 4 objects

House on Javakhishvili 4a
Completed in 2011, 4 quarter
Batumi, 4a Javakhishvili St.
Apart-hotel White Voyage
Batumi, Goderdzis Ugheltekhili
Mega Palace
Completed in 2016, 4 quarter
Batumi, 111 Zurab Gorgiladze St
Real Palace
Completed in 2017, 4 quarter
Batumi, 18 Pirosmani St.

About the Developer

Real estate development company "Real Palace" was established in 2011, the year in which it started operating on the construction market of Georgia. It specializes in the construction of hotel and residential complexes in Batumi, using original design ideas. The company also collaborates with the leading architects of Georgia.

The main activity of Real Palace is the construction of residential apartments. The developer offers its investors attractive discounts for instant payment as well as favorable installment conditions. In addition to construction, the company’s activities include:

  • Import of high-quality building materials
  • Development of interior design
  • Full after-sales service
  • Turnkey repair, including installation of appliances and furniture
  • Rental services 

In April 2015, the company "Real Palace" took part in the exhibition "International Real Estate 2015", which was held in Kyiv with the participation of leading developers in Turkey, Spain, Bulgaria, Germany, Cyprus, and other countries.

In February 2016, Real Palace was on the list of exhibitors at the International Apartments & Houses Show in Kyiv, where developers from France, Germany, Spain, Lithuania, Cyprus, and other countries were also represented.