Investor Nowa Epoka Handlu is planning a three-floor modular structure in downtown Warsaw that will comprise almost 5,000 sqm of usable space and will be occupied by restaurants and boutiques. Called Implant and sitting on an over 10,000-sqm site located near the city’s ul. Chmielna, the project will be built of 272 containers and will be one of the biggest schemes of this kind in the world. The development will house pop-up stores and will be able to accommodate approximately 80 tenants. It will also offer room for social and cultural events. Implant was designed by architect Jakub Szczęsny and is to be completed by the end of this year. The investor behind the project was inspired by other modular structures found in some of the biggest cities around the world, including London’s BoxPark.
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