The Infinity office building in Wrocław is entering the final phase of construction. The building under construction at John Paul II Square has celebrated the symbolic topping out, which means that the highest construction point has been reached. The project, which is being developed by Avestus Real Estate in cooperation with business partner Alchemy Properties, will be completed for the tenants in Q2 2023.
It took precisely twenty-one months to complete the construction of the seven-storey office building by Infinity’s general contractor, Eiffage Polska Budownictwo. Concreting of the last ceiling on the +7 level has been completed, while reinforced concrete work related to roof elements (service shafts, equipment foundations and stairwell canopies) will continue until about mid-December. At the same time, intensive work is underway relating to sanitary, electrical, as well as telecommunications installations. Fit-out work is also in progress on the underground levels and lower storeys of the office building. The first elements of the glass façade have also appeared on the building. In the vicinity of the investment project, reconstruction of the intersection of Legnicka and Nabycińska streets has begun including traffic signals, as well as work on reconstructing the sidewalk and bicycle path along Legnicka street.
“The topping-out ceremony is a key moment in executing any investment project. We are very pleased with the pace of work on the construction of Infinity. Thanks to the commitment of the Avestus Real Estate team and our partners, the investment process proceeds as planned, and in a little, over six months we will be able to welcome the first tenants in the office building. However, we can already admire the characteristic shape of the building, which certainly stands out on the map of Wrocław. The dynamic pace of construction work is translating into increased interest in the office space of our building. We conduct advanced negotiations with clients and will soon be able to announce new leases at Infinity,” said Mariusz Frąckiewicz, Director of Poland at Avestus Real Estate.
Infinity will be a seven-story class A office building offering, among other things, 18,727 sqm of office space, 1,561 sqm of retail space and a three-level underground car park with 311 parking spaces, including electric vehicle charging stations. With cyclists in mind, 120 bicycle stands will be provided in a closed-off zone including changing rooms and showers. The office building will be BREEAM-certified at the Excellent level as well as WELL Health-Safety certified for its high standard of safety procedures.
In addition to its unique and highly distinctive architecture, the Infinity office building will also feature state-of-the-art technologies, including an innovative tenant service platform by spaceOS. Touchless solutions, tilt windows, and the highest-quality air filters will guarantee the safety and comfort of its users.
Infinity will also have an impressive lobby with dedicated areas for visitors. On the roof of the office building, there will be spacious terraces with landscaping elements and greenery. All activities of the Infinity project, from the construction work to the applied technologies and solutions as well as the management of the building, are carried out in compliance with ESG criteria. This ensures that the office building is low-carbon with minimum environmental impact.
The architectural design of Infinity was developed by AD Studio, the general contractor is Eiffage Polska Budownictwo, and JLL is in charge of the commercialization process of the building.
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