Vastint has received LEED Platinum certificates for six buildings of the second stage of Business Garden Wroclaw. The key solutions that have contributed to the highest level of environmental certification include the high level of green space and open areas for recreation, a high level of energy efficiency in the buildings, and maximum sourcing of regional materials. Proven technologies and environmentally friendly solutions guarantee a top quality working environment and make it possible to reduce the project’s operating costs from which the tenants will benefit.
“With the certifications of Business Garden Wroclaw, this week, Vastint Group have passed 50 complete LEED certifications. This is an amazing achievement, particularly given that it includes the first LEED Platinum building in Latvia, Lithuania, and Belgium, the second LEED Platinum hotel in Europe, and he third highest scoring LEED Core and Shell building in the world”, says David Pettersson, Senior Project Manager, Vastint Poland.
Business Garden, located at ul. Legnicka in Wroclaw is a modern complex of nine office and service buildings with a total leasable area of 117,000 m2. The campus buildings are located on a 6-hectare plot arranged as a large garden. In the green area, relaxation zones have been planned, in which tenants can relax and engage in outdoor sports activities.
The complex offers an extensive infrastructure for cyclists, as well as a number of amenities for employees. In addition to the restaurant pavilion located in the central part of the inner courtyard, additional service points will soon appear, including a new canteen and cafe.
The investor and developer of Business Garden Wroclaw is Vastint Poland. In June, the company sold three buildings of the first stage of the development. The newly built part of the complex will remain in the developer’s portfolio and will be managed by Vastint. The project was designed by APA Wojciechowski studio, while the contractor of the scheme was Hochtief Polska.