Polnord sells over 80% of apartments at Brama Sopocka project. Units completed as part of estate's second and third stage are still available.
Polnord sells over 80% of apartments at Brama Sopocka project. Units completed as part of estate’s second and third stage are still available.
Quiet and located in a private setting, Brama Sopocka estate was build several hundred meters to the south of ul. Wielkopolska and ul. Sopocka intersection, in the Mały Kack district of Gdańsk. It consists of low, two-story buildings with just six apartments each, two on every floor. From the windows and terraces extends a beautiful view upon Trójmiejski Park Krajobrazowy nature reserve. The estate has excellent communications, being just a few minutes’ drive away from the Tri-City ring road and with an equally easy access to downtown Gdynia and Sopot. Karwina train station of Pomorska Kolej Metropolitalna service has been build c. 500 meters from the estate. It is easily reachable to residents of Brama Sopocka after a few-minute walk and at the same time it lies far enough from the buildings that the trains do not disrupt the peace of apartment owners.
- The apartments are designed to fully utilize estate’s location. Units on the ground floor have their own gardens and the biggest apartments on the top floor come with large, 25 sqm terraces, offering view of the woods surrounding the Tri-City - says Wioletta Kleniewska, Sales and Marketing Director at Polnord SA.
The biggest apartments possess large mezzanines, with up to 25 sqm of usable space, leading to a large, sunny terrace. The underground parts of buildings of Sopocka Brama’s second and third stage house a parking lot. The buildings are equipped with elevators, a facility that is worth highlighting given their low height. The entire structure features very high quality finishing and a careful arrangement of the space around the buildings.
- Polnord’s offer is designed to address the needs and tastes of all those searching for a new home. We are offering residential units at large, multi-family buildings, premium segment apartments, as well as housing in buildings whose architecture resembles that of single-family homes, as in the case of Brama Sopocka, a unique offering on the residential map of Tri-City- says Dariusz Krawczyk, the CEO of Polnord SA.
Second and third stage apartments of Brama Sopocka are ready to be transferred to new owners.