One of the most well-known tenements of Kościuszki St. will soon become a new housing spot at the map of Katowice downtown. A private owner wants to bring the life back to the building.
The fore-mentioned tenement is located at 38 Kościuszki St. This housing facility was designed by the German architect Markus Landsberger and raised in the turn of the 19th and 20th century (building permit was approved on 7th of July, 1899). The tenement was a seat of the Grant Restaurant in the interwar period and of the Invest Bank between the 90’s and 00’s. The building has been uninhabited for the last few years.
Now the new investor is adapting this place for the needs of tenants and delivery is expected to be very soon. “Refit works are already underway inside the building. Refurbishment of the elevation will also start shortly. It is expected the tenement will be done in May this year” – said Adam Ignasiak, representative of the Lider Nieruchomości agency, which is responsible for the premises sale.
There will be 26 units designed for apartments and other purposes (office, retail). The offer has been already put on the market. 12 premises have been sold so far. Price is equal for all of the units and amounts to gross PLN 3 900 per one square meter.
The refit includes the works on common areas as corridors, staircases and lifts. Necessary installations are to be supplied to all of the premises. The works do not include the outfitting of apartments interiors. There are four storeys in the building and an attic floor. Inhabitants will also have a basement at their disposal.