KRAKOW, POLAND-Polish developer and asset manager VerityDevelopment plans a revamp of a tower in Krakow as the main elementof its $129 million mixed-use Treimorfa complex. The whole complexwill have about 5.9 million square feet of usable space aboveground.

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The project, which could be completed in three years, is sitedat one of Krakov’s least attractive landmarks and nicknamedSzkieletor after a villain in the 1980s He-Man cartoon. It is thecity’s tallest structure and has stood unfinished for 31 years.Most of the space in Treimorfa will be offices, located in the hightower. The design also includes a hotel, apartments, shops,restaurants and cafes.

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Verity and Krakov property and investment firm GD&K set up aspecial-purpose vehicle, also called Treimorfa, for the project,which will be built by Verity. The complex has been designed byKrak

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