Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Neinver starts construction on second Warsaw outlet

From Lokale Immobilia by Adam Zdrodowski - Warsaw Business Journal

 Developer Neinver has launched construction on Factory Warszawa Annopol, the company’s second outlet center project in the Polish capital. The scheme is located between ul. Annopol, ul. Toruńska and ul. Białołęcka in Warsaw’s Białołęka district and is scheduled to be completed in Q1 2013.

The development, which is being built by Budimex, will feature 19,700 sqm of space and will house 120 retail units. A parking lot located in front of the building will provide parking spaces for 1,400 cars.

“Ten years after the opening in [Warsaw’s] Ursus [district] of the first outlet center in Poland, we are building the second Factory in Warsaw, this time on the right bank of the Vistula River,” Barbara Topolska, general director of Neinver Polska, said in a statement.

“This part of the city has been developing dynamically in recent years and this is why we have decided to enrich its offer with a well-located and communicated outlet center in Białołęka,” Ms Topolska added.

The architectural design of Factory Warszawa Annopol was furnished by the APA Wojciechowski studio. The investment is the first retail project in Poland to have been BREEAM certified at the planning stage.

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