Zajezdnia Poznań, the investment accomplished by REF Eastern Opportunities has achieved another sales level – 80% and the IInd stage of investment is ready for launch.
Patrycja Masiarek, Head of NAI Estate Fellows Office in Poznań, says: „Zajezdnia Poznań has been unfailingly popular among customers. It is thanks to not only an excellent location, a broad selection of service and commercial facilities, but also the proximity of recreational areas that encourage healthy life-style and the easy access to cultural and scientific institutions. Another advantage is the nearby railway station and the International Poznań Fair. Following redevelopment, there will be an additional asset in the form of a historic depot transformed into the venue of meetings and cultural events”.
The IInd stage of the Poznań Depot (Zajezdnia Poznań) was presented during the Housing Fair which was held on 25-26.02.2017. The new building no. 3 will be situated at the new Prusa Street, at its extension along the Sienkiewicza – Zwierzyniecka Streets.
The IInd stage comprises 129 apartments and 14 commercial premises situated in the 5-storey building with elevators, an underground garage and storage rooms for residents. The high-end finishing of the fenced building with glazed staircases facing the yard and the playground make it cosy, but prestigious at the same time. The IInd stage of the Poznań Depot (Zajezdnia Poznań) offers apartments with balconies, in the sizes ranging from 32 m2 to 87 m2, namely from studio flats to 4-room apartments. Particularly interesting are apartments situated on the last floor, with high glazing in the avant-corps. The offer comprises also ground floor apartments with their own gardens in the yard.
This investment is also attractive for the reason of a broad selection of additional services.
„Customers expect from us comprehensive services. Today it is not enough to just sell apartments – the turnkey finishing and managing both long- as well as short-term lease are our specialisation. We handle the entirety of the process and the Customer can just enjoy the profits generated by the purchased real-estate.” – Patrycja Masiarek adds.
The investment will become even more interesting following the redevelopment of the historic depot hall, which is planned to become the space for cultural and artistic events, as well as cafes, restaurants and commercial facilities. The works shall start in about a year and the modernisation and redevelopment will last more or less the same. All work and designs are supervised by the official monuments restorer. Currently the investor is involved in preparatory and design-related works. In Poland the most similar object in the aspect of character and offer is the Warsaw Koszyki Hall, however the investor would very much prefer to make this project look like the Time Out Market Hall in Lisbon.