Real estate advisory firm Savills has been appointed property manager of Posejdon, a PLN 350 million office, conference and hotel complex in Szczecin. The new landmark of Szczecin is entering an operational phase, with more office tenants moving in and the first retail stores now open. The opening of two four- and three-star hotels is scheduled for the second half of 2020.
“PORTO has both revitalised and extended a pre-war department store over the last four years, turning it into the largest mixed-use complex in the very heart of Szczecin,” says Marcin Woźniak, President of Porto, the owner of Posejdon.
Posejdon is a modern and sustainable building with nearly 18,000 sqm of class AA office space, almost 5,000 sqm of retail and service space, including boutiques of brands previously absent from Szczecin, and two Marriott hotels: a four-star Courtyard and a three-star Moxy, which will provide a total of 255 rooms. Posejdon also includes the largest and most modern conference center in Szczecin with a seating capacity of nearly 1,000 people.
According to the developer’s declaration, Posejdon is also the largest NZEB (Nearly Zero Emission Building) recently completed in Poland that meets the strict carbon dioxide emissions targets which will take effect in 2021. The complex features two independent renewable energy sources: geothermal and solar systems. Its BREEAM certificate with an Excellent rating is confirmation of its high sustainability standards. A symbol of Posejdon’s environmental friendliness is its public patio with Poland’s largest green wall – 150 sqm of specially selected plants adorn the interior.