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Nowy Rynek on its way to Poznań

Nathan North 07 August 2017

Nathan North

Deputy editor

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nathan@eurobuildcee.com

Nathan is responsible for the English section of the magazine. Nathan was born in Manchester in the UK and completed a master’s degree in philosophy at the University of London. As well being responsible for editing the English section of ‘Eurobuild CEE’ magazine, he also contributes news from around Central Europe and articles on the investment and industrial markets and on architecture. In his free time he likes playing piano, drawing and cooking.

Nowy Rynek on its way to Poznań
A total of 100,000 sqm in five buildings is planned
POLAND Skanska has started the construction work for its Nowy Rynek office project in central Poznań.
In the first phase, the company will develop a 25,000 sqm office building, designed by Wrocław-based studio Maćków Pracownia Projektowa, on the 3.8 ha site at the junction of ul. Matyi and ul. Wierzbięcice, which was bought by Skanska in 2015 for PLN 63.5 mln. An application for a Building Without Barriers certificate is to submitted for the first stage, to confirm it as providing easy access and use for the disabled, the elderly, parents with children and non-Polish speakers. Eventually, Nowy Rynek will comprise a total of 100,000 sqm of space in five buildings, as well as an open-air market and street cafés. The urban project and the comprehensive land management concept has been prepared by the JEMS Architekci studio.

“This is an extraordinary project and its construction will significantly change this part of Poznań. Nowy Rynek will fill the void, currently located in the centre of the city, with multifunctional buildings that will give the area a completely new look and purpose. This project is a response to the different needs of a modern city – it combines business and housing with communal functionality. Judging from Skanska's past projects, the investment will be characterised by a uniquely high standard of architecture. We have, and intend to take, the opportunity to breathe new life into some areas of our city. I am happy that such a project, which understands and appreciates Poznań’s potential, is being undertaken by such a well-known and reputable developer as Skanska,” Jacek Jaśkowiak, the Mayor of Poznań, has commented.


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