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OH Kino with a brand new concept in ArtN


ArtN – the revitalization project of the former Norblin factory area in the Warsaw’sWola district – will feature a cinema concept that has not been available anywhere in Poland yet. Capital Park Group, the investor of the project, has signed the agreement with a cinema operator OH KINO. The cinema will be available for the audience from the opening of the whole Norblin complex – at the end of 2020.

The cinema OH KINO, in a future ArtN project, will take up an area of 3,300 sqm, and will have seven theaters situated on one floor. The cinema operator is the chain OH KINO, which will provide the spectators with a brand new concept – a boutique cinema. This concept combines features of a multiplex cinema that are the most valued by the audience with the features of an arthouse cinema. The main objective of the concept is to broadcast movies on the highest multimedia and technology level, as they are shown in multiplexes, but in a cozy and intimate atmosphere, just as in local arthouse cinemas.Moreover, the space of the cinema will serve as a destination for meetings, galas and private shows, and its theaters will also feature a conference function.

OH KINOis one of the youngest players on the Polish market. The chain, within the past 18 months, managed to open already 3 cinemas– in Wrocław, Oława and Mysłowice, and is still dynamically growing. Another 12 locations of the chain will be opened in Poland by the end of 2021.

ArtN is a flagship project of Capital Park Group, aiming to revitalize a historical two-hectare area of the former Norblin factory in the Warsaw’s Wola district, situated between Prosta, Łucka and Żelazna streets. By 2020, a miniature district will appear there, combined of over a dozen of buildings and passages. The renovated site will accommodate over 64,000 sqm of usable area, including 40,000 sqm of office space and 24,000 sqm of space designed for leisure, services, retail and culture. The main attraction of the project, directly related to the heritage of the place, will be the Open Museum of the Former Norblin Factory, which will hold such exhibitions as unique collections of plated goods or renovated historical machines. During the revitalization works, 9 buildings of conservation concern, 2 historical buildings and 44 machines and appliances belonging to the former factory will be renovated. ArtN will be an open space for all visitors – including its users and employees, Warsaw inhabitants, as well as tourists.

Capital Park Group is the investor and initiator of revitalization of the former Norblin factory. The company PRC Architekci is responsible for preparation of the design. Warbud SA is the main contractor of the project, in cooperation with such companies, as SoletanchePolska, Maat4 and TKT Engineering.ArtN is jointly leased by the leasing department of Capital Park Group, BOIG (retail premises) and Cushman&Wakefield (offices).

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