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Bonarka for Business – Building G
Polus Tower II.
The TriGranit-developed shopping centre opened for trading in October 2013, less than two years after the start of its construction. It incorporates a new bus terminal and railway station, creating a central transport hub for the benefit of Poznan residents and visitors alike. TriGranit was chosen by PKP to revitalize and renew Poznan’s main railway station in 2007, following a competitive tender process with several other real estate development companies. The city center consists of a market-leading, three level shopping center with 164 000 m2 GBA with 230 shops including all large international brands.
The project has received numerous international awards: European Property Awards – 5 star award for Best Mixed-Use Development in Poland and highly commended for Best Retail Development; EuropaProperty CEE Green Building Awards – Project of the Year, Mixed-use Project of the Year, and Retail Project of the Year; CEE Retail Real Estate Awards – Retail Project of the Year.
In March 2014, in partnership with Europa Capital and the Polish State Railways, the company sold Poznan City Center, which was the largest commercial real estate transaction in Poland.