New apartment buildings in the centre of Łódź. The city’s approval is in place!

New apartment buildings in the centre of Łódź will finally be built. The investor is the BUDOMAL company, which presented the visualisations earlier this year. The building has just received the city’s planning permission, and consequently nothing stands in the way of their construction. A three-storey townhouse will also be rebuilt as part of the project.

The city has granted permission for two new apartment buildings in the centre of Łódź

The Łódź City Council’s approval was granted to a project based on the provisions of the housing speculative law (the so-called developer’s lex) for the construction of a residential complex at a very prestigious point in the city – at the junction of Piłsudskiego Avenue and Sienkiewicza Street.

At a session on Wednesday 23 May, councillors voted in favour of supporting the application for the location of a residential development at 62 Sienkiewicza Street and 22 Piłsudskiego Avenue, which was still submitted by P22, a company owned by the well-known developer Budomal, in 2023. The City Council’s approval opens the way for the developer to apply for a building permit.

Two new skyscrapers in the centre of Łódź – what will they look like?

An impressive residential building will be erected on the plots in question, formed by two 17-storey towers (55 metres), matching the height of the neighbouring office buildings. Both will stand on a common podium with 4 storeys above ground on the Piłsudskiego Avenue side. Adjacent to this building will be a reconstructed 3-storey tenement house at 62 Sienkiewicza Street, which is to be reconstructed as part of the investment after necessary demolition (for which a permit has already been obtained). The entire building will sit on a two-storey underground garage.

The building will serve primarily a residential function (200 to 320 flats), but it is also to have premises for commercial and service activities concentrated on the first and second floors in the main body and on the three floors of the reconstructed building. The undeveloped areas of the development will be occupied by pedestrian and pedestrian routes, an exit ramp to the underground garage, bicycle parking and green areas

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