|Waryński's office complex in Wola is scheduled for completion in Q1 2015|
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Grupa Waryński is planning two major projects in Warsaw’s Wola district, one of which will include two mixed-use developments and the other an office complex.
More than 100,000 sqm of apartments and offices will be available in the mixed-use residential and office estate. Grupa Waryński is planning to build the scheme on a seven-hectare plot on ul. Jana Kazimierza. Office space is expected to account for around 20 percent of the total volume.
The company recently signed an agreement with developers Polnord and Dantex, its partners in the investment. The detailed schedules of the developments will be prepared within the next few months, as the investment is currently at the planning stage.
Waryński Group will decide on the design, general constructor and the budget. Construction is expected to launch at the turn of 2013 and 2014. Grupa Waryński’s representatives said that the company is planning to complete all phases of the two projects within the next six to eight years.
Nearby, the firm is also planning to erect an office complex. The 9,000-sqm development will be situated at the intersection of ul. Jana Kazimierza and ul. Ordona and will comprise two adjoining buildings – one five storeys high and the other 10. The scheme will be designed by the S.A.M.I. Architekci Mariusz Lewandowski i Wspólnicy studio. Waryński officials say the investment should obtain a construction permit in September and should be completed in Q1 2015.
Formerly a construction machinery producer, Grupa Waryński wants to become increasingly active in the property market in the upcoming years. The company plans to deliver a 9,000-sqm office building in Warsaw’s Wola district in the first half of 2015.
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