Hungarian developer TriGranit has completed construction on the last building within the first phase of its Bonarka for Business (B4B) office complex. The first stage of the complex, comprising buildings dubbed A, B, C and D, together delivered 32,000 sqm of office space to the Kraków market.
The first stage of the B4B complex offers 32,000 sqm of GLA
Courtesy of TriGranit
The developer had earlier finished construction on buildings A, B and C.
TriGranit has also announced it would move forward with the second phase of the B4B complex, this time consisting of three buildings and featuring 30,000 sqm of GLA. The second phase is set to be completed in the first quarter of 2015.
The B4B complex was launched in 2008 but was almost immediately halted due to the outbreak of the global financial crisis. After a year and a half of hiatus, construction work resumed and the first two of the four buildings were delivered in 2011. Building C was opened in early 2013.
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