The project of this complex divides the area into two functionally defined parts – public and residential, connected by pedestrian alleys that link cultural and recreational facilities with the residential quarter. One of the key innovations is the plan to install a cable car station, restoring the connection between the city center, the “High Castle” mountain, and the Pidzamche district.
The residential part comprises a cozy enclosed quarter with humane-scale buildings, where mid-rise sections create a sense of comfort for residents. The architectural design of the complex, with mansard floors and rooftop terraces, will be a splendid addition to the panoramas of Lviv and the view from the “High Castle.”
In the heart of the historic section of the former “Almazinstrument” factory, previously known as the Bachivskyi factory, restored classical buildings transformed into office spaces can be found, along with the old brick smokestack. The business section includes the construction of modern office buildings, hotels, and commercial facilities, as well as the restoration of historical architectural landmarks adapted for co-working spaces.