Anna Dużyńska. Credit: Equilis

Anna Dużyńska as the head of Equilis Poland

The direction of development of the European company in Poland is primarily the further implementation of innovative, highly aesthetic projects in line with the idea of sustainable construction.

The portfolio of Equilis includes both residential investments as well as office and commercial buildings.

Poland has a new direction of development

Equilis opened its office in Poland in 2016. After four years of operation in its country, this Belgian developer, which implements commercial buildings as well as residential and office projects throughout Europe, strengthens its position on the market as well as its local structures. The management of said structures was entrusted to Anna Dużyńska.

“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Anna to our team. Having 20 years of experience in transaction advisory and project development management on the real estate market, gained thanks to her key functions in Polski Holding Nieruchomości, Capital Park or Polnord, she will be invaluable for the further development of our operations portfolio in Poland.” – says Olivier Beguin, CEO of Equilis Europe.

Anna Dużyńska, the newly appointed CEO of Equilis Poland, has a clear vision for Equilis development on the domestic market: “We want to focus primarily on strengthening the residential offer – a segment in which we already successfully operate in several European countries. Equilis’ mission is to build not only buildings, but above all – create places and their history. Shaping the space to live and experience. The client on the Polish primary market is becoming more and more aware and his choice of the future accommodation is dictated by aspects that are key for Equilis: the innovation of the project, its coherence with the environment, the use of green sustainable solutions and elements of passive construction. The competition is considerable, but I am happy to take up the challenge of strengthening the position of a company with extensive experience in Western Europe, on our Polish market.”

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