Skanska Property Poland: officially opens Axis along with the first section of the “Superpath”


The official openings of Axis office building and the first phase of the “Superpath” – the biggest placemaking project in Krakow – are already behind us. The office project located on the junction of Krakow's main arterial roads created a new axis combining administration and business. Moreover, a unique urban space project was developed in its vicinity. Skanska has delivered the first phase of “Superpath” to the city's residents. The project consists not only of urban greenery but also of friendly spaces that encourage recreational activities, fun, education and other social initiatives.

Krakow's residents, city officials, non-governmental organizations, architects and developers - all took part in the development of “Superpath”. The atmosphere that “Superpath” will create couldalready be clearly felt with the opening of its first phase. The ceremony was accompanied by numerous activities organized by Skanska. During the event, participants had the opportunity to play large format board games, use the picnic zones and take part in workshops for creating herbariums. Furthermore, anyone could write down any associations they have with “Superpath” on a specially dedicated board.

Axis offers 20,000 sqm of flexible office space. The building attained its main tenant long before the building was delivered for use. Thanks to co-operation being started well in advance, it was possible to perfectly adjust the project during the design phase to the needs of the main tenant, a global leader in power and automation technologies. The success of the office investment is also confirmed by its rapid sale to Niam fund. Axis was transferred to the investor’s portfolio together with three other office buildings developed by Skanska on regional markets in Poland.

Following Kapelanka 42, Axis is the second office building developed by Skanska Property Poland in Kraków. The project consists of nine floors above ground and three below. It was designed in compliance with the principles of Scandinavian architecture. Cyclists will have locker rooms with shower cubicles and there will also be charging stations for electrical cars. The publicly available areas of the building will also include cafes and a wide range of amenities.

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