Courtesy of Chopin Airport City
“Polish Airports” State Enterprise (PPL), the operator of the Warsaw Chopin Airport in the Polish capital, was presenting its planned Chopin Airport City office project at Warsaw’s Expo Real stand this year.
The company is looking for a partner with whom it could develop the scheme, which will be located on 22.5 hectares of land lying adjacent to the airport and will comprise 17 office buildings with additional functions offering a total of over 170,000 sqm of usable floor space.
Micha³ Marzec, general director of PPL, said that there was substantial investor interest in the scheme during the fair and that by this time next year the company would like to have a shortlist of potential partners with whom it will enter detailed negotiations.
He added that PPL hopes to break ground on the Chopin Airport City development in 2014. According to Mr Marzec, who stressed that his company is not in a hurry as it focuses on its core business, the whole project could take up to 10 years to construct.
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