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The "Senior Residence, Parkowa 36" project

Send Print Download added: Anna Woińska | 2018-08-02 15:36:17
investment offer, świerklaniec, senior residence, parkowa 36, complex of buildings, full-time nursing home for the elderly, agroma

The aim of the project is to create a complex of buildings operating as a high-standard, full-time nursing home for the elderly (173 residents), integrated with the existing historical landscape park together with its spatial and scenic relations with the surrounding area.

  • Location: 42-622 Świerklaniec, ul. Parkowa 36

 

The investment will be implemented on a regularly shaped 2.3 ha plot with a direct access to a public road. The plot is surrounded by the historic Świerklaniec park which covers the area of 150 hectares. A two-storey brick building of a former stable, a coach house and a riding arena is located on the property. There are plans to adapt the historic building for functions related to rehabilitation and activation of elderly people staying in the nursing home.

 

In its new function, the existing building will include: a lounge area (the riding arena will be adapted for this purpose), doctor’s surgeries, a spa, a swimming pool, a gym, a rehabilitation room, commercial premises, a kitchen, administrative offices, and more. On level 1 three self-contained apartments for elderly married couples will be built, each consisting of two rooms, a kitchenette and a WC.

 

In addition, there are plans to build a complex of three two-story residential buildings with internal green courtyards turned into conservatories. These facilities will be connected with the above-mentioned building through glazed walkways.

 

Two-story residential buildings "A" and "B" are intended to accommodate physically fit residents: on each level there will be 16 single rooms and 1 twin room (for a total number of 18 residents per level). All rooms will have bathroom and toilet facilities. In addition, each level in both buildings will also comprise: a common room/a dining room, a kitchenette, nurses’ room, a storage room and a laundry room.

 

 

The eastern part of residential building "C" has been designed to accommodate physically fit persons, while the western part is intended for bed-bound residents. On level 1 of the eastern part of the building there will be 11 single rooms and 1 twin room (for a total number of 13 residents), on level 2 there will be 10 single rooms and 2 twin rooms (for a total number of 14 residents). In the western part there will be 10 triple rooms and 2 twin rooms (for a total number of 34 residents). All rooms will have bathroom and toilet facilities. In addition, each level in the building will also comprise: a common room/a dining room, a kitchenette, nurses’ room, a storage room and a laundry room.

 

The facilities have been designed in such a way that the floor of each of the residential buildings (buildings "A", "B" and "C") constitutes a closed unit whose inhabitants form a single community with its own nursing care, a dining room, a common room and other technical rooms.

 

The buildings are designed as traditional brick constructions covered with plaster in shades of white. The façades of the courtyards of the residential buildings and the walkways that connect them will be glazed. Some of the front walls of the newly designed buildings will be covered with vines.

 

The project also envisages the renovation of the historic building formerly housing the stable, the coach house and the riding arena, cleaning and maintenance of the brick façade, as well as the maintenance and restoration of characteristic limestone details.

 

 

The walking ground will be directly connected with the park alleys. In addition, the project envisages the creation of outer zones for art exhibitions, creative activity, contemplation, agro-activity and physical exercises.

 

The concept was developed by one of the best Polish architects Tomasz Konior. The mayor of the Świerklaniec municipality issued a land development decision to the Project.

 

We are looking for an investor who, alone or jointly with the current owner (P.H. AGROMA sp. z o.o), will implement the project.

 

The following weighs in favor of locating a premium standard nursing home in Świerklaniec:

  • close neighborhood of the historic 150 ha park (along with an historic chapel)
  • center of the Silesian voivodship - a metropolitan area with 4.5 million inhabitants
  • International Katowice International Airport located 13 km away
  • the Blessed Virgin Mary Basilica in Piekary Śląskie (place of worship) located 5 km away
  • the Jasna Góra Shrine in Częstochowa located 50 km away
  • exit from the A1 motorway 10 km away
  • A1/A4 motorway junction 40 km away
  • Lake Chechło-Nakło with recreation and tourism infrastructure located 5 km away.

 

 

In addition, there is less than 100 km distance between Świerklaniec and the following sites: Kraków, the Beskidy mountains, the Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Ojców National Park and the seat of the “Śląsk” Song and Dance Ensamble.

 

The Silesian voivodship boasts the best medical centers in Poland:

  • Upper Silesian Rehabilitation Centre "REPTY" in Tarnowskie Góry
  • Silesian Center for Heart Diseases in Zabrze
  • University Centre of Ophthalmology and Oncology in Katowice
  • Burn Treatment Center in Siemianowice Śląskie
  • Hospital of Trauma Surgery in Piekary Śląskie
  • Hospital of the Medical University of Silesia.

 

In terms of the development potential of the Polish market of full-time nursing homes for the elderly, it can be concluded that:

  • there is a steadily growing demand for this type of services
  • the increased interest in these services also results from a shift in the mentality of the Poles towards the western Europe model
  • reduced home care capacity of family members resulting from longer working hours and greater preoccupation
  • interest from foreign, mainly German, clients due to lower service and maintenance costs
  • open borders and international migration
  • lower social benefits provided by the state
  • people’s increased responsibility for their health and life
  • increasing affluence of the society and its expected further improvement in the long term.

 

 

A short description of the Park in Świerklaniec:

The first park was established in the years 1670-1680, next to the so-called Old Castle. In the 1870s, Count Guido von Donnersmarck built a mansion for his wife which was called the "Little Versailles". The beautiful palace had to be surrounded by an equally wonderful and large park. In 1865, a Berlin architect Gustav Mayer developed a new design of the park modeled on the English Hyde Park, with characteristic clearings and freely dispersed groups of trees. The space was filled with numerous streams, canals and ponds with stone bridges. Currently, more than 100 species of trees and shrubs grow in the park, including: oaks, ashes, limbs, white pines, chestnuts and many other valuable types. In the center of the park there is a picturesque water pond to which the stairs of the palace lead. Although the Piast Castle and the "Little Versailles" did not survive, the park remains a place for most pleasurable walks, and several historical buildings have been preserved to this day. What is left from its glory days are stone sculptures, a fountain, a neo-Gothic chapel, the "Bachelor’s Palace" and the stone bridges.

 

 

Key information:

  • Plot area: 2.3 ha
  • Built-up area: 5,500 m2
  • Usable area: 8,200 m2
  • Number of residents: 173
  • Number of single rooms: 85
  • Number of twin rooms: 11
  • Number of triple rooms: 20
  • Number of residential apartments: 3

 

Contact:

Robert Zarzycki

phone: 0048 505-414-111