Burakowska 16 - an intimate investment with an unusual atmosphere
Burakowska 16 is an unique project located in the cultural heart of Warsaw in the immediate vicinity of various galleries, the Central House of Qltura, cafes, restaurants and wine bars, being part of an artistic enclave. Its location guarantees all the amenities of urban life, yet away from its hustle and bustle, surrounded by nature.
The investment is a 9-storey building, the author of the development project is Dantex, while the architectural one has left the studio of Brit Plan. The project started in September 2013 and consisted of two stages, the last i.e. the second, implementation was completed in December 2015. The ground floor of the apartment building is intended for commercial and service space. The rest of the building are comfortable apartments of various sizes divided into day and night. All are equipped with high windows, balconies, loggias and terraces and gardens on the lowest floors. The investment also has an underground car park, storage rooms and a separate space for bicycles.
Number of apartments: 262
The building façade was made with attention to detail, and visually is supposed to refer to the nearby historic buildings, harmoniously with the surrounding area. The investment is characterized by elegance and a high standard of finish.
Advantages of the investment:
- Carefully designed greenery around the building – old trees, shrubs, decorative plants
- Garden in the inner courtyard with a children’s playground
- Underground car park and bicycle room, as well as bike racks in the estate
- Commercial premises on the ground floor of the building
- High comfort of housing
Burakowska 16 - a unique location
The intimate investment is located near the transport hub at Jana Pawła II Avenue, which guarantees convenient access to the metro line – the Dworzec Gdański metro station, as well as buses and trams. Therefore, a convenient, instant connection to all parts of the city is provided. The building is located at the intersection of three districts: Śródmieście, Wola and Żoliborz, in close proximity to Westfield Arkadia and Klif shopping centers. Its location is characterized by well-developed infrastructure, a network of bicycle paths, as well as numerous attractions in the area – shops, cinema, theaters, museums – e.g. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews or the Pawiak Prison Museum, fashionable restaurants, cafes, night clubs, sports clubs worth visiting , swimming pool at Inflancka St., parks. In addition, there are many educational facilities in the area – primary schools, reputable high schools, the Warsaw Film School, and the European School of Law and Administration.