Komandorska 12 receives LEED Gold certificate
PZU’s office building in Wrocław – Komandorska 12 – has been recognized with an LEED Gold certificate. The building includes systems that control water, heat and energy consumption. Furthermore, its architecture ensures access to natural daylight on 80 percent of floor space.
“The Komandorska 12 office building has not only a high standard of space but has also introduced modern solutions that reduce the project’s environmental effect,” said Katarzyna Krokosińska, Head of Wrocław Office, JLL – the building’s sole commercialization agent. “The scheme is characterized by the 42 percent savings of drinking water. Furthermore, heat emission in the investment was reduced thanks to an ecological green rooftop. The applied finishing materials contain a low level of volatile organic compounds. In addition, 93 percent of construction waste created during the construction works were subject to recycling.”
Furthermore, the building’s advantages include its location which encourages the use of public transport and offers amenities for cyclists. Komandorska 12 office scheme is located just a five minute walk from Dworzec Główny railway station and the new bus station. Furthermore, it is well-served locally by bus and tram lines. The building is located close to one of the city's main roads, Renoma and the Arkady Wrocławskie retail scheme, and the Capitol Musical Theatre and Polish Theatre.
Komandorska 12 was delivered to market in February 2017. This A-class office building offers approx. 4,000 sqm of modern office space. The project comprises six floors above ground and one below with parking. Komandorska 12 was designed by the Grupa 5 Architekci architectural studio. JLL is responsible for the building’s commercialization. TFI PZU is both the investor and property owner of Komandorska 12.