An office building for parliamentary commissions

Financial problems have put the erection of the investment to a halt.

The idea of constructing a new office building that would be located at Wiejska St, for parliamentary commissions have returned. The architectural concept was selected in a competition held in 2000, the next step is to prepare is to prepare definite plans. With reference to the assumed guidelines, the building is going to be finished by 2015 in the place currently occupied by a car parking for employees – informs “Rzeczpospolita”.

The costs of the investment are going to reach the amount of 50 – 55 m PLN. The building is planned to have 16 rooms for at least 100 people. Additionally, there are planned back rooms with equipment to as well as an underground car park – as we read in “Rzeczpospolita”. The new building is going to be connected with the existing ones by means of an underground passage.

The office building was planned to be built this year, before the start of the Polish presidency in the EU, however financial problems lead to abandoning the investment in 2009. An unclear legal status of the plot turned out to be another problem – the former owners submitted their claims regarding the part of it. However, due to changes in architectural solutions the issue in question was resolved.

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