Feniks and Pegaz
The company's first large project is the construction of 95 apartments in two buildings, “Feniks” (Phoenix) and “Pegaz” (Pegasus), located in the revitalized coastal part of Świnoujście. Interesting architecture, high quality and good location made the offer highly interesting.
The company’s next project was opening a hotel located in a renovated, historical, early-20th century villa. A perfect location in the very heart of Szczecin and great guest reviews make this 24-room, 3-star hotel deservedly popular.
In 2017 a special purpose vehicle, DNHS PARK, was established. Its goal is to commercialize land property located in the western part of Szczecin, near Rondo Hakena (Haken Roundabout). This part of the city is currently home to many ongoing multi-family housing projects. In the near future several tens of thousands of people will find their homes in the area. The planned retail park located in the direct vicinity of these neighbourhoods is designed to meet the future needs of the residents.
The company's new project aimed at building more than 10 single-family, semi-detached houses. The offer is targeted at people who want to live in a close distance to Szczecin - in Dobra Szczecińska commune. The village is known for its natural beauty, interesting landscape features and good links to the city. It is a perfect place to live for people who like an active lifestyle. This balanced offer is an interesting proposal for those who want to change their surroundings and live far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Międzyzdroje – a popular seaside resort, called the Pearl of the Baltic Sea, attracts crowds of tourists. In the direct vicinity of the only pier in West Pomerania our company is planning to develop another apartment building in the coastal strip. An optimal location and proximity to the beach are the undisputed advantages of this property. The building will have about 150 apartments on five floors. Ground level will be home to restaurants and cafes, where guests will be able to admire the view of the Polish sea.