The town of Lapland in the north of the country is the first in the world to offer a full recreation centre and hotel, as part of a €4.2 billion plan to transform a series of former industrial sites into a modern-day resort town.
The villas are set to be demolished over the next two years as part the regeneration of the town and surrounding countryside.
The new developments are designed to be open to the public, with a mix of luxury apartments, luxury hotel rooms and even a gymnasium.
The plans are part of an ambitious plan to convert the region’s industrial sites, including the infamous Castle Castle, into parks and leisure facilities.
The resort town is expected to be the country’s first town in Europe to have a complete resort town, including both private and public spaces.
The development of the village, known as the R-1 Resort and Casino, has attracted more than 30,000 visitors since its completion last year.
“It’s very exciting,” says Joanna Tyskalczyk, who is leading the development project for the town of about 5,000 people.
“There’s lots of work that needs to be done to make sure that the buildings that were built are able to hold up to the new generation.”
A full restoration of the Castle Castle was undertaken in the late 1990s.
The castle was transformed into a town centre and became a tourist attraction, with the resort providing an escape from the cold and harsh winter months.
The hotel and villas in the R2 resort will be closed until 2020, the first step towards a complete restoration.
The town’s heritage is also being protected, with heritage buildings being built and heritage buildings still standing in the surrounding countryside, which will remain as a National Historic Site.
“The R-2 Resort and Resort Villas will bring back to life some of the historic buildings that existed in the area,” said Tysl, adding that the town would also have its own national park.
“We will also be able to showcase the town’s rich heritage in the form of a modern museum, with exhibitions and talks.”
The town is also planning a sports complex, with an indoor and outdoor sports centre and a skate park.
The main attraction will be a football field, which is part of the redevelopment.
The village is being planned to be home to a number of new developments, including a new resort restaurant and a shopping centre.
It will be open for tourism in 2021, the year it will be completed.