After the successful debut, the property development company reveals details of its second residential project to be carried out in Wrocław. Eiffage Immobilier Polska (EIP) will develop an elegant building in the Przedmieście Oławskie district, thus filling an architectural gap and increasing the entire area’s appeal. Among the development’s key advantages are the unusually located gardens with greenery and terraces overlooking Wrocław’s skyline. 

In mid-August, EIP started the pre-sale of Atmo apartments – its first residential project in Wrocław, located in Kępa Mieszczańska. The considerable interest in this project led the developer to embark on another one, named HB 1820, a few weeks after the debut. The name is an abbreviation of the address – Haukego-Bosaka 18 and 20, where EIP will start its second residential development in Wrocław – an intimate, multi-family apartment building. 

“Once again, Eiffage Immobilier Polska presents a development project designed for tenants for whom simplicity, aesthetic qualities, and elegance are important. We’ve found a way to respond to different expectations: the need to live in the center of Wrocław and the desire for privacy,” Sebastian Bieńkowski, Project Director, EIP, said.

“The biggest advantages of HB 1820 are its private gardens in the very center, a view of the city panorama, numerous parking spaces, air conditioning, an elegant reception desk, and a wall with abundant greenery along the main street and the pavement in the entrance zone,” he added..

The 7-storey building will house 96 apartments with various layouts, offering from one to four rooms and floor and areas ranging from 26-100 sqm. 


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