THE CITY OF OŚWIĘCIM
Oświęcim is a city with almost 800-year-long history. A former capital of the Duchy of Oświęcim, today it is a seat of a county and an important urban centre of West Małopolska region. The city was tragically experienced during the 2nd World War and is now the World Centre of Peace calling for reconciliation among the peoples of the world, tolerance and dialogue. Every year it is visited by over 1 million tourists, pilgrims and political representatives of the countries from all over the world.
The city is located in the western part of Małopolska Voivodeship and is the main centre of West Małopolska subregion. Its area of 30 km2 is inhabited by approximately 40.000 people. Location is one of Oświęcim’s chief assets. The city is situated close to the border between the voivodeships of Małopolska and Upper Silesia, among the cities of Krakow, Katowice and Bielsko-Biała which influences its development and opens new opportunities.
Oświęcim has free areas where industrial, commercial and service facilities may be located. The city is favourably inclined towards any investment proposals encouraging its development and is open to any forms of economic cooperation with domestic and foreign investors. At present, the investment offer consists of 4 properties with the area from 0,36 ha to 0,8 ha. Due to the scale of the potential investments, the Municipality of Oświęcim will consider all interesting offers developing the offered areas.
Offer No. 1
Property of an area of 0,8202 ha in Oświęcim, Strzelecka Street – sold
Offer No. 2
Property of an area of 0,6635 ha in Oświęcim, Dąbrowskiego Street
Offer No. 3
Property of an area of 0,3585 ha in Oświęcim, Zamkowa Street
Offer No. 4
Property of an area of 0,1868 ha in Oświęcim, Stolarska Street – sold
Offer No. 5
Property of an area of 1,1896 ha in Oświęcim, Leszczyńskiej Street – sold
Offer No. 6
Property of an area of 0,4503 ha in Oświęcim, Królowej Jadwigi Street
Offer No. 7
Property of an area of 0,8063 ha in Oświęcim, Gospodarcza Street
Date of the tender: May 11th, 2021 – tender notice (in Polish)
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