Until recently, the house was owned by businessman Juraj Široký in one of the most lucrative parts of Bratislava. However, according to the current extract from the title deed, the well-known building called Harvard has changed owners. There are two new ones – the children of Juraj Široký. The information was provided by the hnonline.sk portal. He rewrote the wide villa for his children Juraj and Dan a few months ago. According to the portal, this was his last property, which he owned in Slovakia. The three-storey hacienda is spread over 800 square meters, it includes a garden, tennis courts and a garden house. Villa after Kočner In addition to the hacienda in Steep Hills, the son of Juraj Široký owns another villa in the neighborhood. It has a much more interesting background. It once belonged to the former Minister of Economy Pavel Rusk. He is currently sentenced to 19 years in prison in the cause of television bills together with Marian Kočner. Photo gallery (2) Source: Topky / Ján Zemiar Russia had problems repaying the loan after the divorce, so the luxury villa went up for auction. Its price was 2.5 million, but in the end Kočner bought it for a lower amount. He sold it to Juraj Široký Jr. in a short time. He initially claimed that he had acquired it for investment purposes, but in the end he reconstructed it and still owns it through OZ Podporme šport. The Očistec case The name of Juraj Široký also appeared in the Očistec case, which also concerns high-ranking people in the police. It also features another well-known businessman, Norbert Bödör. According to published information, he was supposed to provide cover for some people with the police, and Juraj Široký Sr. was to be among them. Bödör was to give 20,000 euros today to the former head of the financial unit, Bernard Slobodník, for not investigating the businessman and his company Váhostav.
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