Granary Island


A unique redevelopment in Gdansk's historic city centre

Built on the site of Gdansk’s former traditional granaries destroyed during the Second World War, the Granary Island project consists of redeveloping a unique site to reinvigorate a long unused and undeveloped neighbourhood on an island right in the middle of the city. The development provides for a complex of retail premises, apartments, offices and two hotels. It takes full advantage of its waterfront location with the development of a new marina and the construction of a footbridge linking the island to the city centre. The new complex has been designed to ensure sympathetic treatment of the remains of the historical granaries and tailored to the bustle of modern life, with the opportunity to take advantage of the city centre’s cultural offering in a safe pedestrian precinct that is suited to the city, its residents and its tourists.

Surface area
75,633 m²
Underground parking spaces

Office project under development
Planning permit: Yes
Environmental permit: Yes 
Construction period Phase I: Q1 2017 - Q4 2019
Construction period Phase II: Q4 2020 - Q4 2023 

Motławska / Pożarnicza Street, 

Architects : Mąka Sojka Architekci, RKW Architektur +, Kwadrat Studio Architektoniczne

  • On site
  • Hotel
  • Apartments
  • Service
  • Vicinity
  • Shopping
  • Service
  • Riverside
  • Bicycle paths