Yareal will build apartments in Mokotow
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The sale of apartments in Iwicka Residence has started and construction will soon start in Warsaw’s Mokotow district. At the junction of Iwicka and Krasnolecka Streets Yareal will build 88 apartments of various sizes – from small studios of nearly 40 sqm. to over 200 sqm. penthouses. In a typical Lower Mokotow environment, among low buildings and greenery, 4 intimate buildings will be built, whose architecture has been carefully adapted to the character of the area.
5.5 metres to the ceiling
The apartments at the intersection of Iwicka and Krasnolecka Street will offer future residents an above-standard height, which – in the case of penthouses with mezzanines on the upper floor – will reach even 5.5 m. Between the four-storey, small apartment buildings there will be 3 green courtyards, the most representative of which will be located in the arcade at the entrance for guests, which also serves as a reception. The intimate character of the Iwicka Residence will be ensured by the greenery existing and planned in the project, as well as the elevations open to the inner part of the corner investment. The designers from the Maas Projekt studio took care of the architectural consistency of Rezydencja Iwicka with the details typical of the Mokotów development.
“In the corner building, next to the reception desk, residents of Rezydencja Iwicka will have at their exclusive disposal common space. In the multifunctional club room equipped with a children’s play area, cinema part, kitchenette and sanitary facilities, it will be possible to organise e.g. family events for children, watch sports events together with neighbours and friends or organise community meetings”. – explains Jacek Zengteler, CEO of Yareal.
The reception desk adjacent to the club room has a special place for parcels delivered by couriers. The investment will also include 3 commercial premises, and the underground garage will have a parking space for 110 cars and about 50 storage cells.
All apartments in Rezydencja Iwicka will be equipped with large, wooden windows, and some of them will also have sliding windows with large glazing. They will open the interiors of the apartments to green space around the buildings and private gardens, balconies and loggias with glass railings. The glass surfaces of windows seen from the ground floor will be increasingly larger, to reach the full height of two storeys in apartments with mezzanines.
Common interiors will be carefully finished, and staircases and corridors will be illuminated with subtle, energy-efficient LED lighting. It has been designed in such a way that the common spaces will have a light aura, achieved through the discreet location of sheltered light sources. All buildings will be covered with a modern façade, whose appearance will refer to the style of the neighbouring tenement houses, creating an atmosphere of Lower Mokotów. The Iwicka Residence will have a textured, colourful façade, which will fit into the noble, natural colours traditionally used in this part of the district.
The Yareal investment in Iwicka Street will be built within a few minutes’ walk from the southern entrance gate to the Royal Łazienki Park, functioning in Gagarina Street. In the close vicinity of the Iwicka Residence there are several stops providing access to over 30 lines of public transport. Excellent location and proximity of transport connections, as well as numerous modern design and technical solutions, will ensure the investment is BREEAM sustainable construction certificate at the Very Good level. This is the highest rating of the green BREEAM certificate that only a few residential buildings in Poland have ever received. In addition, each apartment owner will also receive a package of intelligent home management solutions. The devices of the smart home system will be provided by the leader of this market in Poland, Fibaro.
Construction of the Iwicka Residence is scheduled to start in the second half of this year, and the investment is scheduled to be completed in mid-2022.