The first housing project in the Młode Miasto in Gdańsk is launched
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Euro Styl, owned by the Dom Development Group, received the building permit for the Doki Living housing estate in Gdańsk. The first stage of the project Includesconstruction of two buildings, where 212 apartments and 15 commercial premises will be situated. This is the first housing investment in the post-shipyard area of Gdańsk’s Młode Miasto.
The construction projects of the first buildings
Two new five- and eight-storey buildings will be connected by an industrial footbridge. The apartments` size will be 25-130 sq m. The terraced top floors will have a view of the dockyard pools, historic cranes, and the Old Town buildings. The building floors just above the garage halls and the commercial premises, will include a recreational area and patios with gardens, and will be accessible exclusively the residents. The garage hall will be constructed on two levels. The bicycle storage as well as bicycle stands are planned to be put along the streets of the housing estate.
The Doki Living Project will be completed in three stages. Ultimately, there will be 670 living quarters. It is expecter that the first building will be placed in service in the last quarter of 2022, and the second building – in the second quarter of 2023.
The Assembly Room Building
Euro Styl will also offer service lofts, or rental apartments on the territory of the Młode Miasto, wchich will be developed from the edifice of the historical Assembly Room building (Montownia). The area of the apartments, that will include bathrooms and kitchenettes, will vary from 37 to 51 sqm. The lofts will be accessed through the main reception area, which will be functional 24 hours a day.
The industrial themed food hall will be established on the ground floor. The historical crane is one of the artifacts that will be part of the 2,000 sqm area, while the remaining part of the ground floor, around 420 sqm, will be occupied by the conference centre and office space. The glass ceiling will separate the food hall from the service lofts on the upper floors, and the skylight ceiling will let daylight inside. The pedestrian promenade will be built along Montownia and will lead to the European Solidarity Centre.
Location is one of the main assets of the investment – it will be located in the vincity of various dining and service outlets, as well as transport infrastructure – bus and tram stops, suburban train station, and the the Gdańsk Główny Railway Station. A walk from the future Doki Living housing estate to the Fountain of Neptune will take up to 15 minutes, and the World War II Museum is 5 minutes away.