Skanska Residential Development Poland is starting the sale of the fifth stage of the Park Skandynawia housing estate located in the heart of Gocław. The investment will include two seven-story residential buildings. What distinguishes them from the premises completed in the previous stages are two-level apartments and a smart home system as standard. Additionally, photovoltaic panels will be installed on the roofs of both facilities, which will allow residents of selected premises to benefit from their energy source.
“Park Skandynawia is very popular among residents who appreciate its simple architecture with classic aesthetics and functionality – both apartments and interestingly equipped common spaces, encouraging integration with neighbours. The community recreation zone for residents includes tables for playing checkers, chess and table tennis, a climbing wall, and a mini basketball court. We are convinced that the future tenants of the fifth stage of Park Skandynawia will immediately feel its friendly atmosphere and will be satisfied with their choice,” says Aleksandra Goller, Marketing and Sales Director at Skanska Residential Development Poland.
“Enriching the fifth stage of Park Skandynawia with an offer of smart apartments will certainly be its strong point. Smart home system solutions provide a greater sense of comfort and security, but that’s not all. By allowing you to set preferences, e.g. regarding heating management, they contribute to reducing some of the costs generated by your household. Buyers are increasingly interested in smart devices, which is why, as a developer, we want to popularize them as standard apartment equipment, as well as educate customers about their effectiveness and methods of use,” adds Aleksandra Goller.
Photovoltaic panels will be installed on the roofs of the buildings constructed as part of the last stage of the estate, which will power selected apartments, thanks to which their tenants will be able to enjoy lower electricity bills. The investment also includes other pro-ecological solutions, such as birdbaths and insect houses. Both buildings constructed in the last phase of implementation received the BREEAM INTERIM certificate at the Very Good level. This document is a multi-criteria method of assessing buildings, which indicates the degree to which a given facility is friendly both to the natural environment and to its inhabitants.
The advantage of the investment, which will certainly be appreciated by future residents, is its convenient location – in the vicinity, there are grocery stores, the Atrium Promenada shopping centre, kindergartens, schools and numerous green and recreational areas, and developed public transport provides quick access to the centre of Warsaw and the most important points of the city. Moreover, a station of the third metro line is planned in the area, which will further improve the connection with other parts of the capital.