YIT begins strategic cooperation with PANEK CarSharing
YIT, as the first developer in Poland, has started cooperation with the company PANEK S.A. providing car sharing services. This is an important step in the development of a Finnish company that wants to provide its customers with services that increase the quality of life. People using PANEK cars have at their convenience 5 new parking spaces at Domaniewska 46 street. It is where YIT plans to build the largest co-living facility in Europe.
YIT focuses on services that make life easier
YIT's goal is not only to offer flats and friendly and functional spaces, but also to provide services that improve everyday life for residents. We already manage housing communities in completed projects. Cooperation with the largest car sharing company in Warsaw fits well with our development strategy in Poland. We plan to have PANEK vehicles present at every investment, so that residents have quick and easy access to them. We are counting on the success of this cooperation in the co-living facility - says Tomasz Konarski, president of the YIT board in Poland.
CarSharing is the future, especially on new, well-developed estates. We can reduce the number of necessary parking spaces while providing better mobility for residents. We are pleased that YIT at the stage of designing the new investment immediately provided spaces for CarSharing. This proves that it is a modern company that cares about sustainability and comfort of its residents. PANEK CarSharing is currently the largest supplier of CarSharing in Warsaw, the fleet consists of over 1000 cars, all of them are available in the rental system for minutes and days after installing the PANEK CS mobile application. - says Maciej Panek, President of PANEK S.A.
Smartti Mokotów with smart solutions
Smartti Mokotów is the first YIT co-living project in Poland. The investment involves the construction of two buildings with a total of approximately 1,000 residential units. An extremely important part of Smartti Mokotów will be shared spaces, including co-working zones, places for relaxation or sports, as well as service and catering premises. Residents will be able to use facilities such as an access control system based on smart hotel solutions, through which it will be possible not only to enter the building and premises, but also to make transactions in a local shop or bar - all using a smartphone. YIT also plans further services to facilitate everyday life. They will be gradually introduced in all new projects that the Finnish developer will implement on the Polish market.
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