From last week's New Warsaw Express (no suing me Cyg)
A 670-square-metre apartment building in the
Sky Tower high-rise upscale residential
building in Wroclaw in southwestern Poland
could cost close to PLN 27 million, the project’s
press officer, Arkadiusz Forster, told Interfax
“I can confirm that our largest apartment
has an area of 670 square metres,”
Forster said. “Apartment prices in Sky
Tower range between PLN 14,500 and
PLN 40,000 per square metre.”
This means that, considering the highest
price for the buildings largest apartment,
the 670 square-metre apartment
could cost PLN 26.8 million.
The apartment is located on the 54th and
55th floor of the building, which offers a
view on the Sudetes Mountains, which are
located approximately 50 km from the city.
The apartment also has its own 15-metrelong
Forster didn’t want to reveal whether
someone has bought the apartment.
Is Wroclaw the new owner? I think we should be told.