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Wolne Miasto to be a town in miniature

Tomasz Cudowski 27 June 2018

Tomasz Cudowski

Journalist

+48 22 356 25 26
tomasz.cudowski@eurobuildcee.com

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.

Wolne Miasto to be a town in miniature
Work is soon to start on the fifth building
POLAND Developer Eco-Classic has sold half of the apartments in the fourth building of the Wolne Miasto residential estate, which is under construction at ul. Cedrowa in Gdańsk.

The construction of the project’s fifth building is to start soon. Still a few apartments are on sale from the third stage, which was delivered at the end of 2017. Prices range from PLN 5,700 to PLN 6,600 per sqm. Already around 500 apartments have been constructed on the estate, of which around 400 have been handed over. Eventually Wolne Miasto will comprise eight buildings. “In spite of the end of the Apartment for the Young programme, the demand for new apartments has not fallen. The opposite is actually the case. We now see growing demand for larger premises, of more than 75 sqm,” says Zuzanna Kordzi, the commercial director at Eco-Classic. The residential estate was designed to be a miniature town that would meet all the daily needs of its residents. The main road within the estate is a shopping street with retail and service units on the ground floors of all the residential blocks. The estate currently includes the Srebrna Kotwica nursery school, a medical centre with services funded by the National Health Fund, a beauty salon, an accountant’s office, an interior decoration store and a Żabka convenience store. The developer has already agreed with the city of Gdańsk that a city bus service will run along one of the newly built streets. Much of the estate will be closed to motor vehicles and there will also be a football pitch/basketball court.


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