Skwer Harmonia is a modern housing estate, located approximately 30 minutes away from the Main Market Square, constituting an audacious architectural concept that meets the needs of people who value life not only in a big city, but above all in harmony with nature.
The estate is being built in the south-eastern part of Cracow, in the Podgórze District. The project includes 15 single-family terraced houses with 29 apartments, as well as one three-storey multi-family building with 121 apartments. The buildings also feature commercial and service space. The minimalist nature of the investment is emphasised by details on the façade, such as elegant and dark clinker and contrasting shades of pastel yellow and deep grey. The soaring roofs in single-family houses with a usable attic will definitely stand out from the surrounding area. A sense of security will be ensured by an individual entrance zone and a monitoring system. Privacy and space in residential premises will be ensured thanks to spacious balconies and a coherent arrangement of windows. Skwer Harmonia also coherently blends in with the green surroundings, as exemplified by the apartments on the ground floor with gardens and the green roof of the multi-family building. On the premises, there will be three recreational areas dedicated to residents of different ages, a service area for bicycle owners and bicycle stands. The lovers of relaxation will appreciate the corner with deckchairs surrounded by nature, which was designed in the north-western part of the estate.
The Skwer Harmonia investment will perfectly harmonise with the single-family houses existing in the vicinity. Future residents will certainly appreciate the proximity of restaurants, supermarkets and other retail and service points, and families with children will appreciate the comfortable access to educational institutions. There are also recreational and relaxation places nearby, such as: Przystań Brzegi, Bagry Beach and numerous bicycle routes. The proximity of the picturesque bank of the Vistula will be a definite attraction for the lovers of walks.
The estate will be perfectly interconnected both with the centre of Cracow and with the nearby cities. There are public transport stops nearby. At a distance of approximately 3.5 km from the planned investment, there is a large communication junction with a tram and bus loop and the P+R Mały Płaszow parking lot, where you can leave your car to continue your journey by public transport. Reaching the Main Square by car will take about half an hour, and within 5 minutes you will be able to reach the junction connecting the eastern bypass of Cracow (S7) with the A4 highway, leading east towards Tarnow and Rzeszow, and west – to Balice, Katowice and Wroclaw.