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Von der Heyden Group celebrates the Cornerstone Ceremony of Andersia Silver, Poznań’s highest Skyscraper

Von der Heyden Group has commemorated the start of the above-ground works of Andersia Silver, Poznań, Poland by laying the first stone of its 25 above-ground floors during an inaugural ceremony. The Group’s flagship project, a 40,000 sqm A-class office tower having an investment value of over EUR 105 million, has secured bank financing as well as 10% of its office tenancy in pre-leases ahead of its construction.

The 116 m high skyscraper, Poznań’s highest building after Andersia Tower (105,2 m) is being developed through a joint venture company between the Von der Heyden Group and the City of Poznań with PORR as international and leading general contractor. The ceremony was hosted by Chairman and Founder of the Von der Heyden Group, Sven von der Heyden, Poznań’s Vi-ce Mayor Mariusz Wiśniewski, Managing Director of the Group’s Development arm in Poland, Adam Trybusz and PORR’s CEO Mr. Karl-Heinz Strauss.

The finalization Andersia Silver’s core construction to be finalized in 2023 marks over a quarter of a century of the Von der Heyden Group’s development and co-investor partnership project with the City of Poznań after Poznań Financial Center, Andersia Tower and Andersia Business Center, completed in 2001, 2007 and 2012 respectively.

This will be the fourth and final phase of Von der Heyden Group’s Anders Square project, establishing a reputation of timely and successful delivery of award-winning projects that have shaped the landscape of the city.

The start of the above ground works of the Andersia Silver project marks the final addition to Anders Square. This state-of-the-art smart building will be designed to the highest standards and ESG solutions, making it a building of tomorrow for a world in transition. For more than a quarter of a century we have strived to achieve what Poznań’s cityscape is today: A bustling, community-oriented location with an A-class tenant structure and a unique opportunity for businesses to claim a spot on one of the major thoroughfares in the city.”- Sven von der Heyden Chairman & Founder of the Von der Heyden Group.

Andersia Silver is designed for gold-level LEED certification and ESG-compliant solutions that will include photovoltaic cells on the facade of the building and electric vehicle charging stations in the parking lots.

Poznań is the fifth-largest city in Poland, a centre of trade, located between Warsaw and Berlin with a metropolitan area and population of around 1.1 million. The Poznań office market has shown resilience over the past years both in terms of low vacancy rates and new office take up, proving itself to be one of the best performing regional cities in Poland.

 

 

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