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A UNIQUE MIXTURE OF VIBRANT
AND GREEK TRADITION
Athens is a modern city that has become a cultural hub in southern Europe. One can safely wander the streets and squares enjoying a vibrant street life, restaurants and bars.
Situated across the neighborhoods of Athens, Diamona Greece is breathing new life in old and abandon buildings, renovating them with fresh modern design promoting a sense of excitement.
DIAMONA HOLDING IS A HOLDING COMPANY WHICH HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IN EUROPE AND SPECIFICALLY IN GERMANY SINCE 2003.
During this period Diamona bought and sold income generating properties with value of over E1b. In 2007, Diamona Holding decided to concentrate on new resi development in Berlin under the brand name of Diamona & Harnisch. Since then, D&H has developed and sold over 1,200 units. Diamona & Harnisch is today one of the leading residential developers in Berlin.
Late 2019, Diamona decided to enter the Greek real estate market and to become one of the leading investor/developer in the market.
DG’s strategy is to Create a portfolio of stand-alone residential buildings of small unit apts in central locations in Athens and other leading cities in Greece for rental purposes to student and young professionals.
The Kefallinias 47 apartment building is located in the neighborhood of Kypseli, next to the market district of Patission street, very close to the center of Athens.
Asklipiou 80 is in the urban core of Athens in the vibrant neighborhood of Neapoli, Exarcheia. The building was initially built for industrial use, it was a printshop.
It has since been bought by Diamona Greece (“DG”) and has been repurposed for residential use, incorporating previous elements of the building into a modern design.
Tilemachou 11 & Mavromichali 92 is in a quiet residential neighborhood in Exarcheia with small shops, restaurants, and cafes. The building was previously a commercial building used as offices.
It has since been bought by Diamona Greece and has been repurposed for residential use, removing the outdated aluminum paneling, and giving the building a new modern design.