|The Green Towers scheme will comprise 23,300 sqm of office space|
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Developer Skanska Property Poland has completed the first of two buildings in its Green Towers office complex in Wroc³aw, Lower Silesia voivodship. The first tenants, Ernst & Young and Grupa Allegro, have already moved into the facility.
Located on Wroc³aw’s ul. Strzegomska, the Green Towers scheme comprises two 10-storey buildings that will deliver a total of 23,300 sqm of leasable class-A office space. The project is being built in line with the principles of sustainable development and will be LEED-certified.
Construction on the Green Towers investment has been underway since April 2010. The second phase of the complex, which will deliver 11,600 sqm of space, is scheduled to be completed at the turn of 2012 and 2013.
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