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Torus turns to Wrzeszcz

08 November 2017

Torus turns to Wrzeszcz
The first stage should be completed in April 2019
POLAND Torus has started work on a small office complex in Gdańsk’s Wrzeszcz district.

Two buildings connected via a passageway will have a total leasable area of nearly 10,000 sqm, of which 8,000 sqm will be offices. The project, which still has no name, will be developed on al. Grunwaldzka on the site of the former headquarters of Chemia. The demolition of the 1955 building has already begun with the developer planning to reuse over 90 pct of the materials. The first office building to be built will have five storeys and one underground level with ground-floor retail space that faces directly onto the street. The building, which should be completed by April 2019, will have 4,5000 sqm gla of which 3,700 sqm will be office space. The second stage will be built away from the street and will comprise a four-storey building with an underground car park and a slightly larger leasable area. Construction work is to begin in November 2018 at the earliest. “Nowadays, Wrzeszcz needs investment to enhance the district’s reputation and liven it up in business terms. Instead of a substandard building, a modern office centre is to be built which will fit into the surrounding architecture bringing new value to this part of Gdańsk,” says Sławomir Gajewski, the CEO of Torus. The project, which has been designed by APA Wojciechowski, is to be LEED certified.


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