Karmelicka 27

A historical house was designed by Count Filip Pokutyński and built in 1880.

On the ground floor, there are business premises with direct entrance from the street, while the upper floors are designed for offices to rent. The entrance is decorated with an original stained glass depicting violet irises. The enchanting garden located at the back of the building is available for our Tenants and offered for business meetings and private events for rent.

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In summary

Adress ul. Karmelicka 27
Location Located in the centre of Krakow. 5 minutes walk from the old town
Transport Easily accessible with municipal transport (bus and tram stops near the building)
Building class B
Surface area 2000 m2
Primary function Retail, office and services
Storeys 5
Year built/refurbished 1880 / 2006
Amenities Air conditioning Reception desk Lift Garden/green roof Security Parking lot Bicycle parking Conference room


Air conditioning Freon installation
Floors Offices: wall-to-wall carpeting, wood flooring
Other fittings Original Viennese ceramics on the façade
Reception desk 24/7
Lift Yes
Staff facilities In every office
Recreation One of the most beautiful gardens in Krakow. From early spring it blooms with every colour. The area (with a surface of ca. 400 m2), overgrown with trees, shrubs and flowers, accommodates a stylish, slate-covered gazebo and a pergola providing shelter from the sun and rain. The scenery is made complete thanks to ambient lamplight and the murmur of a small stream.

Safety & Security

Security 24h security of common areas
Monitoring of common area Yes
Fence Yes


Internet Yes
Telephone Yes

Parking spaces

Available spaces Monitored parking spaces within the property (6 for cars, 9 for bikes)
Outside parking Parking spaces in front of the building, parking spaces in front of the building monitored parking lot in ul. Karmelicka, ca.30 m from the building


Newsstand Nearby
Lunch bar Nearby
Restaurant Nearby
Post office Nearby
Bank Yes
Cashpoint Yes
Shops Nearby

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