Jasna 24 (Środmieście, Warsaw)

Investment Name
Jasna 24
Redevelopment of Office Building to Residential and Retail
Warsaw, Śródmieście
Planned Area
2 361 m2 Residential Usable Area
842 m2 Retail Usable Area
About Investment
Jasna 24 is a planned redevelopment of an existing 7-storey (plus underground level) building erected in 1948, which is owned by ACG. In 2004, a modernisation was carried out and 2 new floors were added. Up to recently, Jasna 24 functioned as an office building with a GLA of 2,860 m2. The redevelopment concept involves extending the back of the building out over part of an existing courtyard and creating 70 apartments, with a green terrace on the roof. All apartments will be equipped with balconies (or terraces where the layout permits). Two retail units are also planned, with the larger of them equipped to fulfil the full requirements of a restaurant.

The building is located in the Śródmieście district of Warsaw, which is both the city’s and Poland’s economic, governmental and cultural centre. The immediate area is a mixed office, retail and residential area. Over the past few years, the area has been becoming increasingly popular with affluent buyers seeking upmarket apartments, either as pieds-à-terre or as investments to rent out.

A major feature of the building is that it is a 3 minute walk from the Świętokrzyska Metro, the only metro station in Warsaw providing access to two lines (M1 & M2). Warsaw’s central train station is within a 15 minute walk.
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