The Warsaw Branch of HOCHTIEF Polska signed a contract for a residential building at the Sakura complex in Warsaw. The project was ordered by the Ronson Development. Contract value was agreed to be kept confidential.

The new building will be the first one of the Sakura Complex, a modern residential project in 23 Kłobucka Str. in Mokotów, a district of Warsaw. Its eleven storeys will include 99 apartments ranging from 51 to 85 square metres in size. The ground floor and the first floor will house office and commercial space and the underground level will be occupied by a car park. The construction work on the building, whose total area will be approx. 15,700 square metres, started in September 2010 and is scheduled to be completed in April 2012. Sandstone materials and numerous glazed surfaces of its facade have been designed to add visual lightness to the building’s architecture. The ground-level rooftop of the underground car park will be covered with a Japanese style garden with area 2 300 square metres, which inspired the name of the complex (Sakura means a blossoming cherry tree).

The contribution to the Sakura Complex is already the eighth project to be delivered by HOCHTIEF Polska since the start of its co-operation with Ronson Development. In addition, in early September 2010 the contractor was commissioned with the next stage of the Gemini II residential complex at the Warsaw neighbourhood of Ursynów, which will result in two new buildings located in KEN Avenue with its total area of approx. 30,000 square metres split among 167 apartments, offices and shops. That latter project is to be completed within 22 months.