Real estate Lokale Immobilia
19:18 19 February 2024
Post by: WBJ

A project that will benefit the entire city

Archicom transforms a deserted place full of concrete near Domaniewska Street into an attractive place to live and thrive.

A project that will benefit the entire city

Archicom, a nationwide Polish developer and part of the Echo Group, is spearheading the development of Modern Mokotów, envisioned as a 15-minute city designed for convenient living amidst abundant green spaces, amenities, and comfortable apartments. The investor aims to transform the entire urban block of the industrial Służewiec district, once home to factories producing electronics and lifts, and later dubbed “Warsaw’s Mordor”. This transformation will culminate in a city-shaping project where essential amenities are easily accessible.


Archicom will convert the formerly neglected office space, creating an attractive place to live and spend free time with mostly residential development, which will blend seamlessly with public green areas and services. The finished project will be a mixed-use complex in the form of a 15-minute city, offering convenient access to all essential services within a short walk or bike ride. 


“Our previous successful projects, such as the Warsaw Breweries and Fuzja in the city of Łódź, serve as testament to our ability to craft enticing living environments. These successes assure residents of the capital that they can expect quality and comfortable living conditions. The urban block, located at Wołoska, Domaniewska, Marynarska, and Postępu Streets has incredible potential, which we would like to unleash not only for future residents of the project but also for all those who wish to enjoy appetizing dishes in restaurants, drink their morning coffee or shop in an artisan bakery. I can assure you that we will effectively redefine this part of the Mokotów district and emerge from the shadow of “Warsaw's Mordor” by creating a micro-district known for its desirability as a residential and leisure destination,” assures Dawid Wrona, Managing Director for Sales and Marketing at Archicom. 


Modern Mokotów will be built in a place that has undergone significant transformation over the years. Once predominantly agricultural, it later embraced the industrial revolution, followed by the proliferation of office buildings. The latest concept of the Polish developer is to create a friendly and functional urban block without fences. The initial phase of the project will see the construction of three buildings comprising over five hundred apartments. Next to the development, several green courtyards featuring small architectural elements will offer spaces for relaxation and recreation. The opening phase will feature an exclusive building of higher standards, named Apartamenty przy Kwitnącej Wiśnicej, housing 40 comfortable apartments ranging from studios to five-room units with floor areas up to 142 square meters. A green area with a playground will be adjacent to the apartment building.                                                                                                                                        



Nature will replace the vastness of concrete

Imagine it being a lazy Sunday afternoon. The rays of spring sunshine pleasantly caress strollers longing for warmth, while the little ones take advantage of the weather to kick a ball around with their parents or race their bikes. Sounds delightful, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not just a pleasant thought; it will soon become a reality in Modern Mokotów! To enhance the redeveloped micro-district along Wołoska Street, the architects from the renowned BBGK design studio have proposed a linear park spanning 1.5 hectares. This green space, characterized by its elongated shape, will offer recreational and ecological benefits, while providing a tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of the nearby busy street. Serving as the centerpiece of the block will be Aleja Lipowa (Lime Avenue), prioritizing pedestrians and cyclists. Additionally, over 2 hectares of lawns, trees, shrubs, and plants are planned within the estate. A green neighborhood path will invite visitors for a walk along the playground and peaceful Gardens of Three Colors, comprising green courtyards with distinct themes. The extensive ecosystem, replacing the concrete car park, will be sustained by reclaimed rainwater for watering the bioactive area.




Archicom was inspired by the concept model of sustainable neighborhoods

Modern Mokotów will epitomize the potential of a vibrant city, offering not just residences but also easy access to a comprehensive urban infrastructure.  This friendly complex will provide outdoor fitness and cross-fit areas, a calisthenics space, a cycle track, a boules and mini-golf area, as well as a cosy amphitheater. Apartment owners will also benefit from coworking spaces and a storage room for prams. The youngest will be able to spend time outdoors using three safe and well-equipped playgrounds, an outdoor playing area and a recreational hillock. Along Wołoska Street, an arcade featuring cafes, restaurants, bakeries, shops and services is planned. Furthermore, Plac Przemiany (Transformation Square), an attractive meeting spot within the development, will be surrounded by boutiques and eateries offering cuisine from around the world.


Modern Mokotów is much more than just a place to live

Archicom is poised to breathe new life into previously concrete-covered spaces, establishing a fresh urban hub for Warsaw residents. This bold metamorphosis will change the nature of the former industrial and office areas in the strategic heart of Warsaw's Służewiec district. By aligning with global trends in designing friendly and multifunctional living spaces, the developer aims to strike a balance that seamlessly integrates city living with nature, catering to residents’ needs and providing convenient access to essential amenities. In this way, Archicom aims to become a developer of choice by creating a unique district, where everything residents require is within easy reach.  


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