Company history

The Swiss Home Company's first project was the construction of the semi-detached houses in Kabaty. Twelve houses were built on the plot of 4500 sq. m, located in Warsaw-Ursynow. The project was completed in 2003.

The next project was the construction of the multi-family buildings in Warsaw, district Ursus, Rakietników Street. The construction of 40 apartments with 60 underground parking garages was completed in 2004. All apartments were sold before the completion of the investment.

Swiss Home executed another project in 2006-2008, in Stara (Old) Praga District. This part of Warsaw is under the revitalization program funded by the European Union and granted by the Ministry of Economy. In recent years, Stara Praga has gained the popularity as a rapidly growing cultural centre with trendy theatres, clubs and cafes. Architect Jacek Plaskota and his team designed an apartment building with the size and form referring to the traditional buildings of the surrounding streets. Patio – the inner courtyard was dedicated to greenery. The garage was situated in the underground. The project was completed on time and all apartments were sold.

Project Kabaty

Twelve semi-detached houses designed on a plot of 4,500 square metres, located on the Kuropatwy and Perlicza streets in Warsaw-Ursynów. The project began in 2001. Swiss Home designed houses in several versions (with and without a basement). The offer also included an individual interior design and gardens. The project was completed in 2003.

Project Ursus

The construction of multi-family building in Warsaw, district Ursus, Rakietników Street was meant to fill the gap in the downtown district. The building was designed in relation to existing buildings, with 60 underground parking bays for 40 apartments. The investment was completed in 2004. All the apartments were sold before the completion of the investment.

Project Stara Praga

Swiss Home implemented project Stara (Old) Praga in 2006-2008. In recent years, Stara Praga has gained the popularity as a rapidly growing cultural centre with trendy theatres, clubs and cafes. Architect Jacek Plaskota and his team designed a multi-family building with the size and form referring to the traditional buildings of the surrounding streets. Patio – the inner courtyard dedicated to green. The garage was situated in the underground. The project was completed on time and all apartments were sold.