|LOCATION||The property is located in the area under the urban revitalization program, in the immediate proximity of Manufaktura, Andel’s Hotel and the planned Łódź metro station.|
|PERMITTED LAND USE||Residential/Services|
|PLOT AREA||18 763 SQM|
|TENDER SCHEDULED FOR||12.2023|
|GUIDE PRICE||54 500 000 PLN|
|PERMISSIBLE HEIGHT||max 21 M|
|DEVELOPMENT INTENSITY||max 5|
|BUILT-UP AREA||max 100%|
|BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE AREA||min 0%|
|USABLE AREA||30 522 M2|
ATTENTION: ILLUSTRATIVE MATERIAL
Adopted parameters of the development may be subject to change resulting from a detailed analysis of the conditions of the planned investment in terms of meeting the requirements of the special law and other laws, including, among others, the construction law and technical conditions to which the buildings and their location should correspond, as well as individual opinions and agreements of competent authorities and units, as well as preferences and investment plans of the investor.
The beginning of the industrial development of the city of Łódź fell on the first half of the XIXth century. At that time, the city only had a population of several hundred inhabitants. At the end of the century, the city was already an important European metropolis famous for the production of various cotton and woolen fabrics. One of the most important tycoons of that time was an industrialist of Jewish origin, Izrael Kalmanowicz Poznański. He began to build his empire in 1852 by expanding the prosperous company inherited from his father. A housing estate built in the vicinity of one of the largest factories in Łódź, Ogrodowa Street, began to emerge in 1870.
The first house was built at 24 Ogrodowa Street. Originally, in the tenement house with a cubature of almost 40,000 cubic meters, there were over 180 low-standard apartments. All buildings were built of brick and their characteristic feature was their two or three-story construction. Moreover, the buildings had common staircases and toilets. The average apartment was about 35 m² in size and consisted of a room, kitchen, and kitchen pantry. The company's dynamic growth and its need to employ an increasing number of workers resulted in the construction of two more houses at 26 and 28 Ogrodowa Street.
The project involves the revitalization of this urban space together with the historical Famuły factory-housing buildings of Izrael Poznański, erected in the years 1879-1896, and being one of the few complexes of houses for factory workers in this part of Europe and one of the few preserved architectural schemes of this type in Łódź itself. The two residential buildings forming the frontage of Ogrodowa Street are located in the unique surroundings of a revitalized shopping and service complex of Manufaktura, the Izrael Poznański Palace, and Andels and Puro Hotels. The close-proximity of the historical buildings of the Old Town - with the Old Market, Plac Wolności and Piotrkowska Street - makes this address a valuable point inscribed culturally in the image of the City as well as an interesting aesthetic challenge for architects fulfilling the vision of a modern city not devoid of tradition. This complex of buildings - due to its location and character, green areas adjacent to the property, historic surroundings and by far the largest plots in the street quarters has a unique investment potential both in terms of residential as well as service and office space.
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