The construction of a modern investment WOW Wola in the Warsaw district- Wola begins

On January 4, 2021 F.B.I. TASBUD International Group took over the construction site prepared by the Investor and begins the construction of a modern investment in one of the most dynamically developing districts in Warsaw – Wola.

The investor is the well-known developer Metropolis Investments, operating on the market for over 30 years, implementing exclusive apartment investments. The a7ag architecture studio is responsible for the design of the estate.

Modern design and perfect location, this is how we can describe “WoW Wola” in a few words. The investment will meet the expectations of even the most demanding future residents. Glass and metal elements and geometric construction of this multi-storey building, as well as the best quality of works guaranteed by the F.B.I. TASBUD will make it undoubtedly a dominant feature in the surrounding buildings.

There will be 108 apartments in the building, from one to four-room apartments of various sizes, and on the ground floor there will be commercial premises. The advantage of the investment is also the effective use of the built-up area, the apartments are designed mainly as double-sided, ensuring perfect lighting of the area and ventilation of the space.

The area of apartments offered in WoW Wola is from 26 to 132 square meters, and each apartment will have a functional layout with a spacious balcony or terrace. The building also will have representative lobby and underground car park with the access to the electric cars charging.

The project is located at the corner of Sowińskiego and Jana Kazimierza streets in the green part of the Wola district, next to the J. Sowiński Park, where future residents will be able to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax surrounded by nature. The location of the new investment is attractive not only in terms of the close green areas, but also provides express access to the city center and the modern, business part of the city in the Wola district.



Last Updated on January 22, 2021 by Karolina Ampulska