Fifteen new trees have been planted between the buildings of Nowy Rynek in Poznań, the flagship project of Skanska in Poland. This is the start of the greening of the inner square, which will be made available to employees of the complex and all residents of Poznań once Building E is completed.
Nowy Rynek is the biggest project of Skanska in this region of Poland. It will eventually consist of 5 buildings with a total usable floor area of over 100,000 sqm. A distinctive feature of the project, adding value to the urban fabric in this area, is a central patio in the form of a park, connecting all the buildings in the complex. It will feature trees and low greenery along with street furniture. There will be a fountain in the square and pergolas in its corners. Near one of them, brine graduation towers will operate.
Skanska has just started planting greenery in the internal patio. First, 15 large trees appeared: London planes and pin oaks. – We plant them in fall and winter when the trees have already shed their leaves and entered dormancy – says Konrad Ziejewski, project manager at the Skanska commercial development business unit in CEE. Next spring, smaller trees will also be placed here, including hornbeams and honey locusts. The plaza will also feature shrubs, vines and grasses.
– We always carry out our developments in such a way as to add value for local residents to benefit from. We also make every effort to minimize environmental impact and plant as much greenery as possible. We want the Nowy Rynek to be an integral part of the city, providing not only jobs but also a space where all residents of Poznań can rest and relax. Hence the concept of an internal plaza, filled with interesting, varied greenery – adds Konrad Ziejewski.
The patio will be commissioned along with Building E in Q2 2023.
Skanska’s office development business in Poland
Skanska’s office development business unit in Poland is an innovative developer of green, futureproof office buildings. The company builds open, lively spaces where employees feel good. Skanska's office projects are certified in the LEED, WELL Core & Shell and WELL Health-Safety Rating systems. The latter awards buildings that empower owners and operators to take the necessary steps in order to prioritize the health and safety of their tenants, visitors and other stakeholders. In addition, Skanska's new investments hold the "Building without Barriers" certificate, which proves that the buildings support various needs of their users – including those of individuals with disabilities or of parents with young children. Skanska has been operating the office development business in Poland since 1997 with presence on seven markets across the country: in Warsaw, Wrocław, Poznań, Łódź, Kraków, Katowice and the Tri-City.
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