Photos of Augustiańska Residence
Augustianska Residence is an entirely new development created on the corner of Węgłowa and Augustiańska streets - where tradition meets modernity. The building, refers to the historic 19th century townhouses. It features a traditional facade, finished with a natural stone on the ground floor. It also features a vast glazed surface, which underlines the development's modern look and enhances the life quality of its residents. The development offers 44 one- and two-level apartments with balconies and terraces. The quality of the investment comes partially from the use of the highest quality materials (stone, glass railings) and effective thermal insulation. The reinforced concrete structure of the building makes it very silent, thus increasing the sense of privacy.
Description of Apartments
The apartments are equipped with various conveniences, such as mechanical ventilation, wireless technical installation, which might be remotely controlled via a mobile phone or tablet, as well as an intelligent home management system which might be expanded with a video intercom. Additionally, the residents are able to use the common, well developed inner green areas, as well as take advantage of the services of a professional concierge. An underground garage and roofed parking spaces for bicycles are also available. The common areas come with a reception and a lift (leading to the apartments, as well as to the underground garage). The building is monitored (also covering the garage area and the outside of the development).
The corner of Węgłowa and Augustiańska streets is a popular gathering area and one of the centers of the former town of Kazimierz. Today, these streets belong to the central area of Krakow, being located 1.5 km from the Main Square, and remaining perfectly connected with other parts of the city. The nearby Nowy Square guarantees access to countless social and cultural events.
Lastly, the proximity of many stops of public transportation guarantees perfect connection with every part of Krakow.