|The four-storey building will offer 70 apartments from 33 to 103 sqm in size|
Courtesy of Fort Krasińskiego
Fort Krasińskiego, a special purpose vehicle belonging to developer Fort Development, recently launched construction on its ul. Krasińskiego 41 scheme in Warsaw. The developer is touting the project as Poland’s most eco-friendly. The investment, scheduled for completion in Q4 2014, is supposed to be a model “eco-building” of the future.
Scientists from the Building Research Institute and the civil engineering department at the Silesian University of Technology have designated the ul. Krasińskiego development as a Multi-Dwelling Urban Building 2030 (MBJ 2030). The designation means that the development contains construction, materials and systems solutions that are energy-efficient, environmentally friendly and user-friendly.
The standards were established by architects from Galicki Sypniewski Architekci studio, working closely with specialists in civil construction, acoustics, architecture, installation, renewable energy and engineering. The group hopes the standards will be universally accepted and applied in most new buildings by 2030.
Situated in the southern part of Warsaw’s Żoliborz district, the four-storey investment will offer 70 apartments comprising from 33 to 103 sqm, as well as six retail areas. It will provide easy access to the center of Warsaw and will be located just a short distance from the Arkadia shopping center and the Dworzec Gdański subway station.
Prices for apartments in the development range from zł.7,000 to zł.9,000 per sqm and a space in the parking lot will cost between zł.35,000 and zł.50,000.
Among the projects Fort Development has completed is the Ostoja housing estate in Józefosław, near Warsaw.
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