Dom Development finds success in Warsaw and beyondReal Estate Companies
Originally Published in March 2018
Dom Development, founded in 1996, is now the biggest developer in Poland, with a leading position in the Warsaw market. During its over 22 years of operation, the company has delivered about 30,000 apartments, which now more than 90,000 people call home. Dom Development’s offer is aimed at individual clients and includes multifamily buildings. The company has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2006.
Dom Development mainly operates in the Warsaw market. In 2011 it expanded into Wrocław, and since June 2017 has also been present in the Tricity area (Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot) in northern Poland, thanks to its acquisition of Gdańsk-based firm Euro Styl.
The community of people living in the apartments built by Dom Development is as big as a medium-sized city.
Jarosław Szanajca, a Warsaw University law graduate, is the Chairman of the Management Board at Dom Development and one of the company’s founders. At the same time he presides over the Polish Association of Developers (PZFD), a nationwide institution bringing together almost 40% of all developers of the Polish real estate market. He has also been the President The European Union of Developers and House Builders (UEPC).
Dom Development’s Warsaw projects include Żoliborz Artystyczny, Osiedle Saska, Osiedle Premium, Ursynovia, Apartamenty Park Szczęśliwicki, Osiedle Wilno, and many others. The company also develops local infrastructure used by its own customers and other residents in the area.
In Wrocław, the Aura estate is scheduled for completion in spring 2018, and a new project, Księże Nowe, is beginning on Rybnicka Street and new one Studio Arte on Ptasia Street. In the Tricity area, by the Baltic Sea, Dom Development is pursuing numerous housing projects under the Euro Styl brand, including Osiedle Idea, Nowy Horyzont, Spektrum and Scena Apartamenty.
Dom Development has emerged as the leader of the residential market in Poland and has received numerous awards, such as Pearls of the Polish Economy, Forbes Diamonds, CiJ Awards and Eurobuild Awards.
“The community of people living in the apartments built by Dom Development is as big as a medium-sized city,” said CEO Jarosław Szanajca. “From the first years of the company’s existence to this day, we have supported Warsaw institutions. We emphasize strong ties with Poland’s capital through numerous activities aimed at supporting culture, but also its creators, by cooperating with the National Theatre and Warsaw’s artistic circles.”
Dom Development wants to continue promoting art. It has established the Dom City Art Foundation for the sole purpose of supporting cultural initiatives.