Wilanów Park – getting closer to the construction of a multi-functional space in Wilanów

07 September 2020

The adoption of a local spatial development plan allows for a more detailed vision of the planned Wilanów Park investment. The inhabitants of Wilanów will have another opportunity to comment on the new, over 2-hectare green area, which is an integral part of the investment. At the end of September, Ceetrus will start a series of meetings entitled Neighbor Consultations. Next, it will announce a competition for the design of the park and the investment’s surroundings, which will be organized together with the Association of Polish Architects (SARP).

The project implemented by Ceetrus will be located at the intersection of four streets: Przyczółkowa, Uprawna, al. Rzeczpospolita and Karuzela. The project will include – apart from a 2-hectare urban park – a conservatory open also on Sundays, service and commercial spaces, a cinema, a hotel, offices and co-working spaces. Ideas for the park gathered during the Neighbor Consultations will help in creating guidelines for architects and designers.
“One of the next key stages of the Wilanów Park investment is participatory design with the involvement of residents. We are very happy and appreciate that despite the coronavirus pandemic, all the most important processes ended successfully both at the level of the Wilanów District and the Council of the Capital City of Warsaw” - says Maciej Wydrzyński, Project Manager.  
“The area of the planned Wilanów Park covers an area of over 7 ha, of which over 2 ha will be a park. Residents of Wilanów will soon be able to submit their ideas and suggestions related to green areas, as well as the conservatory, so that Wilanów Park will become an integral part of the district, with cultural, social, food service and commercial functions”. - adds Maciej Wydrzyński.
Wilanów Park is to be a mixed-use investment – a new generation space which combines various functions, including green areas with entertainment, food services, and commercial functions. The idea of the Wilanów Park project is to create a place which provides the residents of Wilanów and the surrounding areas with a multifunctional space. In addition to the conservatory and restaurants, a cinema, and office and service areas, there will also be local initiatives and events dedicated to seniors. The investment will feature sustainable solutions reducing carbon dioxide emissions, improving local rainwater retention, and ensuring biodiversity. The project provides for solutions promoting sustainable mobility, including a city bike station and a cargo-bike station.
Specialists from BEG Ingenierie Poland and the MTDI Group are working on a detailed design of Wilanów Park to give the final shape of the vision.