The new mixed-use development “Żurawie” will be constructed in the Young City district of Gdansk on a 1.55-hectare plot surrounded by Nowomiejska, Popiełuszki and Jaracza Streets. The building will be located in the vicinity of the European Solidarity Centre and the Old Town, near the historic gate of the Gdansk Shipyard. The central location and proximity to the transport infrastructure will enable efficient commuting to the most important places in Tri-City.
“Żurawie” concept is quintessence of Gdansk: its culture, history and dynamics of development. Thanks to them, the recognizable and universally known place on the map of the Young City is still important, today gaining a completely new dimension.
By creating “Żurawie” we prove that modern investments can be built with respect for the environment and the people who will use them. Professor Rainer Mahlamäki, a world-renowned Finnish architect and the author of the award-winning design of the POLIN Museum of Polish Jews, is responsible for the concept.
The inspiration to create a unique urban space was the historical heritage of the Gdansk Shipyard. The industrial character of the investment will be reflected in the layout and selection of building materials, referring to the shipyard halls, ships, sea and dunes. Viewing axes and transport system connecting the shipyard, the European Solidarity Centre and the Old Town will be preserved. Thanks to the attention to detail, the building will naturally blend in with its environment.
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