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High five, High5ive!

Anna Pakulniewicz 06 July 2018

Anna Pakulniewicz


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Ania covers the Baltic states’ real estate markets, architecture and urban planning in Warsaw as well as interior design. She is also the co-founder of Eurobuild TV. Among others, she has been employed by TVN CNBC, PAP Insider, WBJ (The Observer), Poland Monthly and IMM. She graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics, majoring in international relations. She has also completed postgraduate studies in macroeconomic analysis. In addition to this, she studied Lithuanian philology

POLAND High5ive of Skanska in Kraków has been handed over to tenants.
The two High5ive buildings adjacent to Kraków’s Central Railway Station are already occupied by companies including ABB, PwC, Business Link, Ocado Technology and Symphony. They provide Bike5ive, a bike parking facility with a bicycle repair station and points for charging electric bikes.

High5ive will ultimately consist of five buildings and offer approximately 70,000 sqm of modern office space. Two office buildings have been built as the first phase of the development, comprising 23,300 sqm of offices. The project is in a location well connected by road, rail, tram, bus and bike and also has charging points for electric cars and bikes.

“When the development began in 2016, we said that High5ive will be a place friendly and open to residents, which can be seen today with the common area between the two buildings, with rest areas provided among the greenery. We also wanted to make this place an important point on the cycling map of Krakow and it worked. Today Bike5ive is open to everyone, with space for 365 bikes, a place to repair them and showers for lovers of two wheels. Looking at the number of parking spaces for bicycles, we can confidently say that this unique concept has been adopted,” said Arkadiusz Rudzki, managing director of Skanska office unit in Poland.

“High5ive is also the largest co-working area in Krakow. Here, together with Business Link, we have created offices suited equally to the needs of small and micro companies as well as corporations wanting to lease temporary, additional space,” added Arkadiusz Rudzki.

High5ive tenants can also use a concierge service for help in arranging small items of personal business such as receiving theater tickets or dry cleaning. The complex is built according to the highest standards of sustainable construction. An application has been made for LEED Gold certification for the first stage of the development. The Building without Barriers certificate has also been applied for, demonstrating that the building is suited to the needs of people with disabilities, parents with children, seniors and non-Polish speakers.

High5ive is Skanska's third office project in Kraków, following the Kapelanka 42 and Axis projects.

High5ive will consist of five buildings with a total leasable area (GLA) of approximately 70,000 sqm. The two buildings alongside Galeria Krakowska have a total of 23,300 sqm of office space. The first stage of High5ive provides 175 car parking spaces and space for 365 bikes. Skanska is the general contractor for the complex. The architect is NS Moon Studio.

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