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Textorial Park II among the 10 most interesting projects from the world promoted by BREEAM

The revitalization of the over 2-hectare site associated with the planned development will be an interesting offer not only for the employees of the new buildings, but also for the residents of the Księży Młyn neighborhood. On the first floor of the designed buildings there will be mainly commercial and service premises, even a branch of the city library is planned, while around the buildings an attractive, multifunctional urban space with small architecture has been designed, encouraging residents to spend time together. The comprehensive project also takes into account the idea of sustainable transportation, Textorial Park II will feature, among other things, a bicycle service station, and the parking lot will include charging outlets for electric cars and preferential parking spaces for car-sharing.

The investor is St. Pauls Developments Polska, a British developer focusing its business on challenging brownfield revitalization projects. The architectural firm Horizone Studio from Krakow is responsible for the project. The certification body was Sweco Consulting. The investment is an interesting example of a growing trend in Poland’s development market of revitalizing former industrial plants and giving them new functions. In this case, the modernized facilities will be accompanied by remarkable new architecture. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2019.

⇒ Read more about the Textorial Park II project


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