Miasteczko Wilanów

Format
Brief

City
Warsaw

Country
Poland

Metro Area
Warsaw

Project Type
Planned Community or Resort

Location Type
Suburban Business District

Land Uses
Civic Uses
Education
Entertainment
Hotel
Multifamily For-Sale Housing
Multifamily Rental Housing
Office
Open space
Restaurant
Retail

Keywords
Church
Mid-rise development
Pedestrian-oriented development
Planned community/suburb
Residential courtyards
Street parking
Surface parking
Town expansion
ULI Awards for Excellence 2010 Global Winner

Site Size
418 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2000

A brief is a short version of a case study.

A city shattered during the 20th century by two world wars, Warsaw, over the last two decades, has too often been developed in an exploitative and incoherent manner. Miasteczko Wilanów, a new town for more than 20,000 residents approximately ten kilometers (6 mi) southeast of the city center, is a modern incarnation of the urban typology that Warsaw lost during the last century: a mixed-use, architecturally rich, pedestrian-oriented district. With a planned 240,500 square meters (2.6 million sf) of office, 68,000 square meters (732,000 sf) of retail, and 19,500 residential units underway, the new town has contributed to a rise in land value, from $50 per square meter ($4.65 per sf) to $470 per square meter ($43.66 per sf) as of 2010.

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Format
Brief

City
Warsaw

Country
Poland

Metro Area
Warsaw

Project Type
Planned Community or Resort

Location Type
Suburban Business District

Land Uses
Civic Uses
Education
Entertainment
Hotel
Multifamily For-Sale Housing
Multifamily Rental Housing
Office
Open space
Restaurant
Retail

Keywords
Church
Mid-rise development
Pedestrian-oriented development
Planned community/suburb
Residential courtyards
Street parking
Surface parking
Town expansion
ULI Awards for Excellence 2010 Global Winner

Site Size
418 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2000

Developers
Investment Environments
Warsaw, Poland

Prokom Investments SA
Warsaw, Poland

Master Planner
Investment Vision
Warsaw, Poland

Website
www.miasteczko-wilanow.pl

Principal Author(s)
Theodore Thoerig, Patrick Pontius

ULI Awards for Excellence 2010 Global Winner