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Poland’s major office developer Cavatina has bought another property in Wroclaw for PLN 95m net. The transaction will enable, among others, the construction of subsequent stages of Quorum – the city’s largest mixed-use complex.
Cavatina purchased from Invest City a plot of land at Sikorskiego Street in Wroclaw. It will be used to develop, among others, two buildings, which will form part of the city’s largest mixed-use complex Quorum. The total area of the units will amount to about 69,000m2 of GLA, designated for office space. At the same time, Quorum will consist in a total of four buildings with office, residential and service functions. Part D of the facility is still under construction, which started in 2020. The complex will include a 140-metre-high tower, which will be the second tallest building in Wroclaw – here Cavatina plans to locate an observation terrace on the 35th floor. In one of the towers, it is planned to offer 330 flats for rent, which will be available through the Resi Capital residential platform, while the office part of the project will offer more than 85,000m2 of A-class standard space. Quorum will offer about 1,500 parking spaces for cars in the lower parts of the building, including underground garages.
Cavatina is also planning to create boulevards along the river and recreation zone, which will include restaurants and cafes with gardens.