Vastint Poland has received LEED Platinum certification for the K2 office building in Gdynia. The building has passed the verification of multi-criteria environmental assessment and has been counted among the most sustainable buildings in Poland. K2 is distinguished by its high energy efficiency and efficient heating, cooling and ventilation systems.
Vastint has been developing projects in accordance with the international sustainable standards for many years and boasts more than 70 certified properties, including five of the world’s 30 highest-scoring LEED-certified buildings. In some of the countries where it operates, Vastint has completed some of the first sustainable buildings, including Business Garden Riga being the first LEED-certified office complex in Latvia, and the Courtyard Brussels EU Hotel which is the first project of its kind to received LEED certification in the Benelux countries.
Vastint Poland’s latest development, the K2 office building, located on Kielecka Street in Gdynia, has joined the list of certified buildings. The certificate is a confirmation that the project was designed with its long-term impact on the planet in mind, and provides working conditions characteristic for healthy and efficient buildings. Particularly noteworthy are the technical solutions used, which not only ensure the aforementioned standard of office space, but also allow greater cost-effectiveness in terms of energy and water consumption, and air quality control. The building is friendly to cyclists, who will find a number of amenities.
K2 is one of the most interestingly located office buildings in the Tri-City. Standing near the Wzgórze św. Maksymiliana interchange on Kielecka Street, it provides convenient access to services and public transportation. The six-story building offers more than 11,400 m2 of class-A office space. Tenants will enjoy a spacious lobby, which has been designed as a space for informal business meetings as well as socializing. A two-story garage houses 136 parking spaces and locker rooms for cyclists. Additional parking spaces for bikes are provided on the side of the rear courtyard, which is surrounded by 50 birch trees that are more than 20 years old.