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Robyg in Żoliborz

Developer Robyg SA officially launched construction of its Robyg City Apartments Dec. 6. The ceremony of laying the cornerstone for the project was preceded by the opening of a sales office.

"It's our first project in this part of Warsaw," said Wojciech Okoński, president of Robyg. "We are also the first [developer] to begin construction in the southern part of Warsaw's Żoliborz district, which is virgin territory when it comes to modern residential projects. We are confident that the Robyg City Apartments will blend well with their surroundings."

Robyg will build 221 apartments in the first stage of the project. The first building, at the junction of Rydygiera and Przasnyska streets, will have apartments ranging from 48 to 170 square meters. There will also be eight service outlets, from 190 to 315 sq m, and an underground parking garage for 347 cars.


Barciński Park

SGI Baltis has begun constructing Stage III of its Barciński Park residential complex in the central Polish city of ŁódĽ. This involves putting up five buildings housing 238 luxury apartments and converting a former textile mill into exclusive loft apartments. The project is estimated to have a market value of zl.420 million.

Barciński Park, one of SGI Baltis' largest projects, occupies 5 ha between Tylna, Sienkiewicza and Kilińskiego streets in downtown ŁódĽ. The new four- and six-story buildings will have a combined floor space of 15,000 sq m while individual apartments will range from 36 to 109 sq m. The underground levels will have parking space for 240 vehicles. Restaurants, cafes and beauty parlors are also catered for in the plans. The new buildings are scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2009 while the converted textile mill will be ready for occupancy in September 2009.

Natural building materials like wood and granite will be used for the finishing work as per SGI Baltis standards. The facades will be partially constructed from old brewery bricks so as not to lose the vibe of the factories that used to occupy the site.

Barciński Park was designed by ŁódĽ's Biprowłók. Once all stages have been completed, the complex will comprise eight buildings with 1,300 apartments, children's playgrounds and green areas with ponds. Stage I comprised four buildings with 88 apartments covering 5,500 sq m. Stage II, slated for completion in September 2008 will deliver 106 luxury apartments.

Barciński Park occupies the site where Salomon Barciński's woolen mill once stood. When it opened in 1884, the mill was the largest of its kind in Russian occupied Poland. Between the two world wars, the business had branch offices in Poland and elsewhere in Europe. Some were even located as far afield as Jerusalem and Shanghai.
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