The City Hall issued a planning permission for 1,2 hectares of land located north from the new seat of Silesian Museum. The plot is owned by TDJ Estate, which wants to erect there a first stage of its newest housing estate.
The plot is one of three parcels which the developer purchased in 2015 for PLN 20 million. All the three plots covers the total area of 5 hectares. The first one is situated along Góreckiego St. and will be disposed for the realization of the estate’s first stage.
The document issued by the City Hall enables TDJ Estate to build there two buildings – 6 and 8 storeys – where approximately 100 apartments will be available. Now the company has to obtain a valid building permit what should take a few months. The kick-off of works is expected in the second half of this year.
TDJ Estate did not publish visualizations of the project so far as well as the name of an architecture designer. The company only revealed that had invited several design studios – including Medusa Group, Czora&Czora, Wojciech Wojciechowski, Biuro Projektowe Małeccy, Architekci MR – to prepare its vision of the estate. However, the competition had no winner and TDJ Estate decided to cooperate with selected three architecture companies to design the scheme. The final shape of the idea will be presented in the months to come.
It would be the second housing undertaking of the developer in Katowice – the first one is the Franciszkańskie housing estate being built in the Ligota district.