The Sielce area in the Dolny Mokotów district is a relatively new location for development projects in Warsaw. Compared to other districts in the capital, it is still an unchartered territory for investment, but it has a lot to offer. Its advantage is the attractive location, only 4 km away from the city centre, extensive infrastructure, and the prices of apartments, which are lower relative to the most expensive regions of the Mokotów district. New projects, such as the Bobrowiecka Complex, make a positive addition to the urban fabric of the Sielce area, making it a more and more friendly place to live in.
The Sielce area, stretching from Puławska Street, through Sobieskiego Street, to Czerniakowska Street, which is part of the Wisłostrada trunk road, is located only 4 km away from the centre of Warsaw. Thanks to the well-developed road and public transport infrastructure, it takes only a dozen or so minutes to get to the city centre during rush hours. In the southern part of the district there is the Siekierkowski Bridge, which provides a very convenient connection with the right-bank part of the city. To the west, the Sielce area borders with the Stary Mokotów district, which is the most prestigious part of Mokotów.
Sielce is also an exceptionally green area of Mokotów. A number of city parks are located here: the Morskie Oko and the Sielecki park, which was created within a former manor and English landscape park founded in the 18th century by King Stanisław August Poniatowski. This green landscape on the northern border is complemented by the Royal Łazienki park – the most recognisable palace and park complex in Warsaw.
Sielce, as a part of the largest and one of the oldest residential districts in the capital, in contrast to the new residential estates being built for example in the nearby Wilanów, also offer existing educational and retail and service infrastructure. The educational institutions that can be found here include Szkoła Podstawowa nr 260 im. Jana Matejki, the prestigious Miguel de Cervantes High School No. 24, the Wajda School, and the Bogdan Jański Academy. Also, the Centrum Handlowe Panorama retail centre is nearby. There are also kindergartens and nurseries in the area. The population of Sielce is 32,111.
These facilities existing in the district are complemented by interesting new residential projects. According to the map of projects of the rynekpierwotny.pl website, seven projects are currently being built here. One of them is the Bobrowiecka 10 apartment building, developed by Spectra Development. The developer’s offer includes high standard flats and apartments. In the first quarter of 2017, 123 apartments with areas ranging from 28 to 129 m² and eight retail units will be completed. The project is distinguished by a coherent spatial development plan around the apartment building and the natural monument of the black alder. Retail services, which will add to the commercial infrastructure available in the nearest area, improving the comfort of everyday living for local residents, will be located on the ground floor of the new buildings.
The Bobrowiecka 10 apartment building is constructed as part of the Bobrowiecka Complex designed by a renowned design office JEMS Architekci Sp. z o.o., consisting of the Bobrowiecka 8 office building, which is now under construction, and the already existing Bobrowiecka 6 office building. The entire complex is carried out in line with our original concept of culture embedded in space which provides for the presence of art, which has been made a reality thanks to the cooperation with the Starak Family Foundation. The works of Polish contemporary artists will be yet another factor that will add to the attractiveness of Sielce as a friendly place to live.
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