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NKCB extends its list of tenants

March 28, 2013 Katowice the City 0

Four new lease transactions were recently signed in the “Nowe Katowickie Centrum Biznesu” office building (NKCB, New Business Center of Katowice). The new tenants’ list includes PKO BP and Prudential, which re-enters Katowice after more than 70 years.

The Poland’s biggest bank, PKO Bank Polski, marks its strong presence in NKCB. The company leased …

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New elevation of former KCB emerges

August 7, 2012 Katowice the City 0

Builders conducting works on the former Business Center of Katowice (“Katowickie Centrum Biznesu”, KCB) have commenced to remove scaffoldings and a new facade of the office building became partially uncovered.

The elevation is mostly made of green glass and granite stone’s plates. Light-coloured plates are used on the upper floors and a black stone is being laid on the lower part of the building. The architectural design of KCB was prepared by the “Arkat” studio from Katowice.

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Former KCB is getting new elevation and fittings

July 24, 2012 Katowice the City 0

The so called Business Center of Katowice (“Katowickie Centrum Biznesu”, KCB) is turning from an abandoned concrete construction into a modern office building. Works are being underway in all parts of the facility and the investor announces to deliver the building this year.

About 200 workers from fifteen different building companies conduct the construction work presently. The “Alam” firm is responsible to coordinate the development as a prime contractor.

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Katowickie Centrum Biznesu will be completed

March 7, 2011 Katowice the City 0

The Business Center of Katowice (Katowickie Centrum Biznesu, KCB), an office building located in the very heart of the City not far away from “Spodek” and the roundabout, was an inglorious icon of “unfinished business” for many years. Now, it seems that the building will be completed at last. Maciej Jaglarz, a businessman and owner of the “Separator” office building at 2 Korfantego Av. and co-owner of the “Profi-Lingua” language schools’ chain, bought the KCB and want to change its gloomy history.