Construction of Portowo in Poland begins soon

Construction of Portowo in Poland begins soon

Vastint Poland signed a contract with Mostostal Warszawa S.A. for the Portowo development in Poznan. The first phase of the project will begin with the construction of eleven residential buildings of varying numbers of floors, comprising a total of 378 apartments intended for long-term rental. This part of the development will be located near Rondo Staroleka, along Hetmanska Street, extending to the Warta River. Construction works are scheduled to commence in the spring of 2024 and will last for 30 months.

After signing the contract, Vastint Poland’s Managing Director Roger Andersson emphasised: “We are delighted to inaugurate the first phase of the Portowo development. This ambitious project is the result of the work of architects from APA Wojciechowski studio and our team, which aimed to create a comfortable living space, providing access to all necessary amenities. Designed green areas, as well as bike paths and places to relax by the water, will encourage residents to actively participate in urban life and nurture a connection with nature. We are confident that the standard of the apartments will meet the expectations of tenants, and the estate itself will be a friendly place to live.”

“Customer satisfaction, evidenced by their returning to us with further orders, is the best proof of the high quality of our work. The Portowo residential estate is another project we will undertake for Poland. After the successful completion of the B10 development – a hotel and office building in Wroclaw, we will proceed with the construction of a residential complex in Poznan,” says Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Management Board of Mostostal Warszawa S.A. “In this way, we strengthen our position in Western Poland, particularly in Poznan, where we are currently carrying out a number of volumetric construction investments.”

Portowo is a residential scheme planned on a 19-hectare area located by the Warta River, in close proximity to downtown Poznan. The plot, situated near an important transportation hub – Rondo Staroleka, also has access to Wartostrada, making it an attractive proposition for enthusiasts of walks and bike rides.

The development of the estate will proceed in stages, spanning over several years. The final completion of the construction is expected in 2036. The entire project will encompass nearly 50 multi-family buildings with diverse characteristics and modern ground-floor commercial and service spaces, offering 1,800 apartments for rent and sale. The sizes will range from 30 m2 for small studios to over 100 m2 for five-bedroom apartments. All apartments will be move-in ready and offered in several finishing styles proposed by the developer.

The estate is planned as a cozy town with all amenities and services. Within the area, public utility facilities will be established alongside recreational and leisure spaces for both children and adults. Residents will have direct access to the water, utilizing the estate’s marina for motorboats, boats, and kayaks, as well as a dyke connecting the northern part of the project to riverside areas. The reconstruction of Starolecka Street, from Rondo Staroleka to Romana Maya Street, planned as part of the project, will further enhance the communicative value of the estate.