Bulwar Drobnera (Drobner’s Boulevard) is a luxurious, low-key apartment building. Its southern side faces Wrocław’s historical Old Town just across the Oder river. In turn, to the North, the building is surrounded by numerous 19th century tenement houses of Nadodrze area.
The building’s street-side facade has been coated with cream travertine, a stone used, among others, as a building material for the Colosseum in Rome. Common areas inside the building have been finished with decorative concrete. Higher storeys offer a unique view of the city. Its panorama spreads from the towers of Wrocław cathedral in the East, to Ślęża Mountain to the Southwest. And Wrocław... Wrocław is just in front of you.
Nadodrze boulevards, restaurants, shops, and big-city attractions by the Oder river are only a part of what Wrocław has to offer for its inhabitants living near Drobner’s Boulevard.
Wrocław is an agglomeration with ca. 1 million inhabitants. It has a strongly diversified economic structure, serving as a centre for IT, pharmaceutical, and automotive sectors. It is also the second biggest financial centre in Poland and one of the leading academic centres. It is well communicated with European countries (with its 30 flight connections and the A4 motorway), which makes the city especially business-friendly. When deciding upon the location to do business and live in western Poland, it is worth considering the capital of Lower Silesia as an option.
In this gated, well soundproofed object there are only 17 apartments with an area from 47 to 300 sq. meters. High-ceiling and perfectly lit apartments include extensive balconies with sliding wooden shades. From the windows you can admire a beautiful view of the Oder river and the historical Old Town.
Our completed show apartment is a place combining good Italian design and surprising accessories. Raw decorative plastering, milled rock, and marble are perfectly combined with warm cladding. Details and material structure are enhanced with various types of lighting. The apartment is finished with furniture by mostly Italian designers, such as Raffaello Galiotto and Rodolfo Dordoni.
Two storeys of the building are intended for office and commercial premises. On the first floor there is an open space of 777 sq. meters; on the second one – rooms of 47 to 775 sq. meters. This space can be easily combined and divided with the use of partition walls.