Matexi Polska chooses general contractor for investment in Włochy district

Matexi Polska chooses general contractor for investment in Włochy district

Matexi Polska has chosen the general contractor for its investment in the Włochy district of Warsaw. 

Matexi Polska has signed a general contract with FineTech Construction for the first stage of the "XYZ Place" residential project at Komitet Obrony Robotników street in Warsaw and handed over the construction site to it.This is Matexi Polska's second project in cooperation with FineTech Construction, following the project on Okrzei Street.

"We chose FineTech Construction because of its many years of experience in residential investments and its technical and construction competence. It is our proven and trusted partner, to whom we entrusted the general contractor of the 'Na Okrzei' investment in Warsaw's Praga-Północ in January 2023. We value our cooperation to date, which is why we are convinced that this time too FTC will guarantee a high standard of workmanship and very good quality for our next investment." - comments Agata Czarnowicz, Project Manager at Matexi Polska.

The design of the first stage of the project involves the construction of a multi-family residential building with a different number of storeys (8 and 11) for 144 units of varying usable area, with a 2-level underground car park and 7 commercial units on the ground floor of the building. The building will form the urban frontage of the Komitet Obrony Robotników street. The name "XYZ Place" of the investment emphasises its good neighbourly atmosphere created by several generations, points to the shortening of the distance between residents and their creation of a community of people whose various needs are fulfilled within the boundaries of one common housing estate.

Matexi Polska has scheduled the start of sales of the first phase of the investment for March 2024.

Source: Matexi Polska 

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