The mayor of Ursynów announced the beginning of work on the recovered plot, where the construction of a shopping mall resembling a piano in the shape of a piano was once started. A square will be built on part of the area, the other part is to be auctioned off to the developer. Robert Kempa announced when this will happen.
“For now, there is stubble here, but there will be… a square with sports functions. We are starting work on the area of the former “Piano” at Cynamonowa 21,” Robert Kempa, mayor of Ursynów, announced on social media.
He specified that in May 2024, an area of 3,200 square meters with new greenery and sports and recreational facilities will be made available to residents. “A 3×3 basketball court, a teqball table, a ping-pong table, exercise bars, hammocks and other urban furniture will be built,” he wrote.
Another part of the plot is waiting for auction
As we have already informed on tvnwarszawa.pl, A shopping center resembling a piano was to be built on the plot at Cynamonowa Street. It was to be built by the company “Pasaż Handlowy Na Skraju”, which leased the land from the city. The foundations were poured and parts of the steel frame were erected, but construction was interrupted. A few years ago, the frame was dismantled, but the foundations remained. In 2021, after a court battle, the city regained the plot from the company.
The property is divided into two parts: for residential development and a green area. The part intended for the investment has 4,785 square meters. – Buildings up to 23 meters high are planned there. The ground floor will be commercial premises, and the six floors will be apartments, Kempa describes.
The second, smaller part of the plot will be occupied by a green area. – However, the corner of Gandhi and Cynamonowa streets is private property – informs Kempa.
The city wants to sell part of the plot (4,785 square meters) intended for the developer – it was included in Warsaw’s offer for the MIPIM International Real Estate Fair in Cannes.
– The auction will take place on December 18 – Robert Kempa informed us.
Main photo source: Tomasz Zieliński, tvnwarszawa.pl