Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed developer and investor GTC has presented its new plans for the major plot of land that it owns in the Miasteczko Wilanów neighborhood of the Wilanów district of the Polish capital. The company, which was previously planning the Galeria Wilanów shopping center project on the site, now wants to develop a mixed-use scheme including retail, office, entertainment and cultural space in the location.
Tentatively called Zielone Tarasy Wilanów (Green Terraces Wilanów), the development is being designed by the Atelier Thomas Pucher architectural studio and will consist of several buildings connected through passageways. It will also feature new public areas including terraces and roof gardens. It is not yet known exactly how much space will be built within the planned investment.
GTC’s original Galeria Wilanów project, which was designed by the APA Wojciechowski and Moshe Tzur studios and was to offer more than 60,000 sqm of GLA, has been opposed by some of the inhabitants of Miasteczko Wilanów and has been having difficulties in obtaining administrative permits. The new scheme is meant to better address the needs of the local residents and to better correspond with the provisions of the local zoning plan.