Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed developer BBI Development NFI is planning a new project in Warsaw that will be located in the northern part of the capital, said Michał Skotnicki, president of the company’s management board.
For the time being, BBI is not revealing any details pertaining to the scheme. Meanwhile, the company is continuing preparatory work on a number of other, previously announced, investments in the Polish capital.
The company is awaiting a building permit for its Nowy Sezam office development in Warsaw’s downtown. It also hopes to develop a high-rise building standing approximately 180 meters tall, which will deliver around 55,000 sqm of space.
BBI is now also going ahead with construction on the first phase of the residential part of its Koneser mixed-use real estate project in Warsaw’s Praga Północ district, which will deliver around 90 homes, Mr Skotnicki said.
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