Located in the heart of Gdańsk, a plot of approximately 1.8 hectares has remained devastated since the WWII. Due to its unique location and its potential the authorities of the City of Gdańsk proceeded to find a partner for the planned public-private venture aimed at land use and creating attractive, representative buildings.More
The project involves the preservation of the historical remains of granaries and enriching contemporary construction of traditional materials used for building this unique place. It integrates historic buildings with contemporary vision of the city. The language of the project is the architecture basing on the creative dialogue and respect for history, with full awareness of the changing urban functions and new needs of the residents. A place which was once the largest granary of Europe will turn into a bustling modern down town of Gdańsk. The project will be implemented in several phases together with a series of public investments related to the renovation of road infrastructure, transformation of the bridge Stągiewny into the drawbridge, the extension of marinas and the construction of a footbridge linking the island with the Long Side. In this way, the residents of Gdańsk obtain a new space perfectly adapted to the climate of the city, highlighting its history and roots. At the same time, it will be a modern, functional and aesthetic place, favouring shopping and walking. It will become one of the tourist attractions of the city of Gdańsk that can be proud of its history and tradition, as well as its modernity of a metropolis of the XXIth century.More
Residents living on the Motława river will be able to have their morning jogging along the boulevards of the new Granaries Island.More
The entire area will be served by a two-storey underground car park.
The Granaries Island will be connected to the Gdańsk Old Town via a newly proposed foot drawbridge leading directly from the monumental St. Mary's Church to the heart of the new Granaries Island.More
The Granaria project is deeply inspired by the old buildings of the Granaries Island.
In order to implement the project a Consortium has been created. The body consists of the following companies: Multibud W. Ciurzyński and companies wholly depending on the Immobel Poland Sp. z o.o, that means the Immobel SPV 10 Sp. z o.o and Immobel SPV H11 Sp. z o.o
On the 31st of March 2015, an investment agreement was signed. The project will be implemented in a few steps resulting from the division into some historically defined plots and depending on the demand for the area concerned, that will be acquired by the market in the upcoming years.
The IMMOBEL has been one of the major players in the development market in Belgium for over 150 years. The company is also active in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and is currently developing its activities in Poland. In 2011, the company began operating on the Polish market under the name IMMOBEL POLAND, where it has realized different office and residential projects. Market expertise and extensive knowledge allow the company to design, promote and manage ambitious projects characterized by long-term value stemming from respect for the environment and taking account of important social aspects.
The IMMOBEL is quoted on the Euronext stock exchange in Brussels as IMMOBEL. At the moment, the company's portfolio includes, among others, such well-known projects as the Okrąglak and Kwadraciak in Poznań, the CEDET in Warsaw, as well as investment areas for housing and office space located in Warsaw and Gdańsk.
The MULTIBUD company has been known in the investment and construction services industry for several years. It operates a market in the form of a registered partnership (Polish: spółka jawna) and / or business activities conducted by Wojciech Ciurzyński and the Ciurzyński family members. A very active developer Wojciech Ciurzyński has been involved financially in the development of projects implemented in Warsaw for many years. He has developed with his partners in the capital quarters as Włochy, Ochota, Mokotów and Żoliborz. The total value of mentioned projects exceeds 50 m PLN.
The MULTIBUD W. Ciurzyński company was registered in 2011 with the intention of a large-scale action by creating an investment vehicle with a portfolio of significant development projects acquired to be implemented in sufficiently strong partnerships configurations in interesting locations in Poland.
The urban and architectural concept of planning has been elaborated by the designers from the RKW office under the leadership of the architect Wojciech Grabianowski who have already realised some projects in the landscape of Gdańsk including the PGE Arena stadium, which has been recognized as one of the most beautiful in Poland. The RKW office, based in Düsseldorf, has successfully realised many architectural projects including housing, multifunctional centres, office and public buildings completed in Poland and Germany.More
Quarter I, II, III
20,700 m2 of GLA
20,800 m2 of GLA
9,900 m2 of GLA
7,300 m2 of GLA
*This is a preliminary framework schedule that will be reviewed in the course of further works and negotiations with the public.