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Tomasz Cudowski 09 May 2019

Tomasz Cudowski


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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.

Big plans for Polnord
Polnord wants to build a district next to the Warsaw bypass, which is currently uinder construction
POLAND Polnord has announced its plans to develop self-sufficient districts in Warsaw's Wilanów area and near Poznań.
Both projects are at the concept phase and few of the details have been settled so construction is unlikely to start anytime soon. Miasteczko Wilanów 2.0 is being planned on a 16 ha plot next to the future S2 expressway currently under construction. Eventually a residential area of around 100,000 sqm could be developed. “In order to begin work on the project some legal changes are required including to the area’s local zoning plan. The document is more than ten years old and does not take into account the nearby expressway under construction or the tram line now planned to go to Wilanów,” comments Marcin Gomoła, the CEO of Polnord. The second project is being planned near Dopiewiec, southwest of Poznań near the junction of the A2 motorway and the S11 expressway. The development will also require changes to be made to the local zoning plan, since the 20 ha owned by the developer is currently classified as agricultural land. Polnord states that both projects are will adhere to the principles of sustainability and will include smart city systems.

Additionally Polnord is currently selecting an operator for its Smarty project in Warsaw, the apartment sales for which will start at the end of this year with construction to start in around a year at the junction of ul. Ledóchowskiej and ul. Worobczuka in Warsaw. The building will comprise 297 units and the occupancy permit should be granted at the end of 2021. The construction of the Żabi Kruk aparthotel comprising 220 units is scheduled start at the beginning of 2020 near the Spichrzów island in Gdańśk. Sales will start in the autumn and the keys to the apartments will be handed over at the end at the start of 2022. Meanwhile the apartments sales in the Stacja Kazimierz 6 building are to start at the end of this year. The building will have 100 units and a total usable area of 6,100 sqm and is to be built in Warsaw’s Wola district on a 0.46 ha plot. The project should be completed in Q2 of 2021. Meanwhile sales for the Haffner mixed-use complex in Sopot are to begin in the autumn. The start of the project has been postponed because the old trees can only be replanted in the autumn. Constructyion work is to start at the beginning of 2020. The residential and service section with a area of 10,400 sqm as well as the hotel section of 230 rooms is to be ready at the beginning of 2022. Polnord has also announced that – due to disappointing financial results – it has suspended its Tęczowy Las residential project in Olsztyn and its Senatorska and Zgierska projects in Łódż.

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