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Tomasz Cudowski 05 October 2017

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Tomek graduated from the faculty of modern languages at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, where he also started his journalist career in the late 1980s. He has worked in the real estate press since 2005, covering the residential market for ‘Eurobuild CEE’ magazine as well as the new technologies and property management sectors. Sometimes he can be heard on Polish Radio 2, where he reviews the press on the morning programme. At other times he can be seen in the Bieszczady or Beskid Niski mountains, where he enjoys rambling with no fixed purpose or destination in mind.

Generator regenerated
The former electricity generator building is to be adapted for lofts
POLAND OPG Property Professionals has unveiled its visualisations of the second stage of the Art Modern project in Łódź – the development of lofts in a restored 19th century steam powered electricity generator building.

This part of the complex, Modern Loft, will involve the renovation of the historic elements of the complex and the introduction of modern systems (e.g. floor heating) as well as terraces, balconies and gardens. The power plant building that will include Modern Loft is the only remaining part of the former Karol Weil and Stanisław Landau factory complex, which used to include a dye house, a spinning mill, a hat factory and a felt factory.

“The walls, which are soaked in history, will soon be given new life and Łódź will gain another revitalised historic building,” insists Michał Styś, the managing director of OPG Property Professionals, which is the project manager and facility manager.

Modern Loft will comprise twelve units of various layouts and sizes – from the smaller apartments with areas of 63–75 sqm up to a more than 120 sqm penthouse with a terrace.

“Smaller sizes are an interesting alternative for people who are looking for somewhere to live and work and appreciate the austere, industrial atmosphere,” explains Anna Kwaśny of the sales office of Art Modern.

The Art Modern project will ultimately include app. 400 apartments, a number of retail/service units as well as 12–18 offices on the ground floor, as well as a multi-storey car park. Construction work on the second stage of the project is to start in Q1 2018.

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