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Woronicza Qbik Soft Lofts Get Go-Ahead
January 21, 2009   
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Developer Ghelamco Residential received permission Dec. 29 last year for its Woronicza Qbik project in Warsaw, the first development of so-called soft lofts in Poland.

Building work is expected to take up to 36 months. The development is at the junction of Woronicza and Racjonalizacji streets. A total of 346 units will be built: 187 two-story and 159 single-level soft lofts. Soft lofts are distinguishable from hard lofts in that they have separate, walled-off bedrooms.

Says Matilda King, Ghelamco Residential's Sales and Business Development Director, "The project design reflects our desire to give clients a wide choice of available loft sizes. The smallest loft in Woronicza Qbik measures 36 sq m in area, the largest 197 sq m. Our project is directed above all at people who appreciate modern architectural design and for whom location, neighborhood character, good transport links and, most importantly, unique project design are important."

Loft prices at Woronicza Qbik start at zl.8,500 per square meter.
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