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Luxury Flats in Old Mokotów
October 29, 2008   
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Near quiet Kazimierzowska Street in Old Mokotów, surrounded by prewar tenement houses, Echo Investment, a real-estate developer from Kielce, is building Klimt House. The modern apartment block should be ready by 2010.

The building will contain 60 apartments, and its name pays homage to Gustav Klimt, the famous Vienna Secession painter whose work is characterized by ornate or floral decorations, flowing lines, and vivid, expressive colors. The artist's themes will be present in the building's communal spaces. The whole structure will be toned in shades of beige.

The apartments will be from 41 to 190 square meters in size. Each will have a balcony, loggia or terrace. The top two floors will house two-level penthouses. Some of the day rooms will have an open-plan mezzanine level allowing a library to be put in place, for example.

The elegant entrance will feature a reception with concierge and armchairs for waiting guests. The inner courtyard will contain a green recreational space with a playground.

The building and courtyard will be fenced. Parking access will be through a remote-controlled gate, and the apartments accessible only through the reception. A total of 82 parking spaces will be available for the residents, with shopping trolleys provided in the garage hall as a convenience.

The building will provide full access facilities for disabled people.

The Dreszer, Morskie Oko, Pole Mokotowskie and Słonimskiego Square parks are all located nearby.

The building was designed by M±ka Sojka Architects. Prices will range from zl.17,000 to zl.26,000 per square meter.

Magdalena Fabijańczuk
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