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Topping out ceremony for Norblin Factory

In the historic complex of Norblin Factory, revitalized by Capital Park Group, construction works on the above-ground part of the investment have been completed. The moment of reaching the target height of 44 meters, stretching over eight floors, was celebrated with a traditional topping out ceremony. WARBUD is the project’s general contractor. All works are set to be completed in Q2 2021.

Norblin Factory will offer over 65,000 sqm of usable area, out of which 41,000 sqm will be office area. The remaining 24,000 sqm will be a compilation of several functions: entertainment, restaurants, services, shopping, culture and wellness. A 3-level underground car park with 720 parking spaces will be provided for the users of the complex. In addition, the underground part will house the first in Poland automatic parking lot for bikes with 95 spaces, and the users of the office part will have additional 200 parking spaces for their bikes, and changing rooms. The buildings will have a number of eco-friendly solutions – the project was pre-certified with BREEAM “Very Good” rating in the design phase. To commemorate the history of plants at Żelazna Street, the investor has created the Museum of the Former Norblin Factory. The exhibits will be primarily the monuments of the former factory – both post-industrial halls and preserved machinery and equipment of the technological line. The museum tour will be organized in four multimedia paths: People, Architecture and Buildings, Machines and Devices, and Products.


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