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First of 4 Towers topped-out

August 9, 2012 Katowice the City 0

Dombud topped-out the first building of the 4 Towers residential complex situated along Chorzowska St. in the “Tysiąclecia” housing estate. The 53-meters high “A” Tower is being built on order of the Activ Investment developer.

There will be 100 apartments in the 17-storey facility covering an area from 25 to 85 sq. meters. Almost 60 percent of the offer is already sold. Apart from the accommodation units, the building will feature a car park and commercial premises

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First of 4 Towers grows

May 10, 2012 Katowice the City 0

The construction of the first “A” building of 4 Towers is more than half-finished. Dombud, a prime contractor of the project, has already raised ten storeys of the 17-storey facility.

This residential development is situated between Chorzowska and Henryka Brodatego streets in the area of the “Tysiąclecia” housing estate. The construction works were commenced in September last year. One hundred apartments of the “A” tower …

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Activ Investment launches 4 Towers

September 12, 2011 Katowice the City 0

Activ Investment Sp. z o.o., a developer based in Kraków, commenced a realization of the 4 Towers (“4 Wieże”) residential project situated between Chorzowska and Henryka Brodatego streets in the area of the “Tysiąclecia” housing estate. In the first stage, the developer will raise one building.

“Ground works on the first building’s foundation were already started. We plan to deliver the facility in the turn of 2012 and 2013.

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Difficulties vs. plans

June 29, 2011 Katowice the City 0

The housing estate market in Katowice is still the most immature in comparison with the biggest cities of Poland and prices hardly exceed PLN 5 100 per one square meter on average. However, developers active at the City’s market plan to start new residential schemes in the nearest future.

As it was in most of regional Polish cities, Katowice has been suffering from an outflow of residents over the recent years and the number of flats on the secondary market rose.