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“New Gliwice” Education and Business Center

“New Gliwice II” (Former Areas of the Wire Factory)

“New Gliwice” Business and Education Center

Address: Bojkowska 37, 44-100 Gliwice.


“New Gliwice” areas are conveniently communicated and equipped with modern infrastructure. The companies investing in this area have access to the local labor market, qualified personnel educated at the Gliwice University of Technology, and proximity of potential business partners located in the Silesian agglomeration.


Over 9 hectares of investment land is available for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises*.

The properties are located in the Centre for Education and Business “Nowe Gliwice” entrepreneurship zone at Bojkowska Street in Gliwice.

Benefits for investors:

  • availability of comprehensively developed land for investment;
  • within the area of the entrepreneurship zone there is an exemption from property tax pursuant to the principles defined by the relevant resolutions of the Municipal Council of Gliwice;
  • within the framework of the “Polish Investment Zone” programme, entrepreneurs have the possibility to benefit from public aid in the form of exemption from income tax for new investments, based on the decision on support issued by KSSE S.A;
  • possibility of locating the investment on plots perfectly communicated (direct access to the district road, vicinity of the A1/A4 motorway junction, proximity of Gliwice Airport equipped with a paved runway);
  • possibility to locate also warehouse facilities in the area made available;
  • attractive business proximity of the presented investment grounds – Nowe Gliwice – referred to as the “Gliwice Silicon Valley”;
  • acquisition of attractively priced investment land in a transparent oral tender procedure, i.e. auction;
  • assistance and advice throughout the investment process.

*according to the definition set out in Annex 1 to Commission Regulation (EU) No. 651/201


Address: ul. Dubois 45c, 44-100 Gliwice.


“New Gliwice II” (former areas of the Wire Factory) is the target business and cultural center at Dubois Street in Gliwice for companies from creative industries dealing in architecture, design, new technologies, IT and start-ups, which is being created as a result of revitalization of former areas of the Wire Factory.


The investment is aimed at creating a bustling urban quarter with high-class architectural and spatial solutions, in a very neglected and inaccessible place. The area of 2.6 ha will be characterized by high quality of public space and post-industrial character. The most interesting old buildings will be preserved and restored, while maintaining their original architectural style and giving them new service and office functions.

Revitalization of the area has been going on for several years. Actions performed on the former Wire Factory area, due to the efforts of the Management Board in cooperation with the City of Gliwice, in the years 2014-2015: utilities, demolition of part of old, unsightly buildings, removal of architectural “weeds”, demarcation of new internal roads and performance of, among others, sanitary sewage system or water and energy supply network, which in turn currently allows us to continue to develop this area. In addition to own financial contribution, contribution of private investors, first stage of the investment was implemented with the help of EU funding.

In 2016, GAPR Ltd. became owner of part of former areas of the Wire Factory and started implementation of a functional plan for space development. According to this plan, former areas of the Wire Factory will include:

 office part for companies from IT and creative industries. These are companies which combine economic activity with widely understood culture and technology. Buildings of the former Wire Factory will be arranged into three office buildings with an area of several thousand square meters. First building will be created on the basis of the preserved wall of one of the post-industrial buildings. The next two will also refer to the complex’s past.

 cultural part – cultural events take place in the former areas of the Wire Factory and our goal is to sustain and intensify this cultural activity. Proximity of the Palm House, Zwycięstwa Street and the newly created area on the roof of the DTŚ tunnel means that we treat New Gliwice 2 as a place of intimate cultural events in the open.

Since 2017, advanced design works related to the expansion and reconstruction of the old “Siatkarnia” are underway. Ultimately, these buildings will perform a service function, targeted at pro-social activities.
The designed complex will be a great place for events, exhibitions, thematic meetings, tags, or large conferences and concerts. Revitalization involves activation of public space around buildings. It is planned to create a friendly space for rest, walks, and summer café gardens.

In addition, the company also acquired the first investors – a construction company – Radbud, which is renovating buildings and architectural office Projarch from Gliwice.

Visualization of the “New Gliwice II” Project


Virtual walks around the “New Gliwice II”

Address: ulBojkowska 37, 44-100 Gliwice.
Entering the New Gliwice area is possible from the north through Kopalniana Street,
and from the south – through Bojkowska Street.


“New Gliwice” Business and Education Center GAPR Ltd. is a revitalized complex of buildings of the former Gliwice Coal Mine, located a short distance from the city center, near the Gliwice – Sośnica junction connecting the A1 and A4 motorways, Drogowa Trasa Średnicowa (the Intercity Road) and exit from the A4 motorway to Rybnicka Street.


It is a unique place in which restored buildings of the former mine are adjacent to modern headquarters of IT companies and advanced technology enterprises from industries such as:

  • electrical engineering,
  • power engineering,
  • telecommunications,
  • aviation

Buildings which are part of the “New Gliwice” complex

Building 1 – Villa

The Villa was once a residential facility, occupied by the mine director – hence the name Villa. In its history, it has repeatedly changed users. Shortly before the cease of mining activities in the KWK Gliwice, it was occupied by trade unions operating in the plant. Today, in this building, we offer 714 square meters of modern office space. All rooms are air-conditioned, and the building has complete sanitary facilities.


Building 2 – Directorate of the Mine

Modern building no. 2 with an area of over 2,000 m2 was built on the foundations of former mine directorate. For economic reasons, demolition of part of the building and its reconstruction was more profitable than its adaptation. Building 2 is a great place to study and conduct scientific work. Teaching rooms are bright, spacious and comfortable. The building is fully adapted to the needs of disabled people. All rooms are air-conditioned.


Building 3 – Waiting Room

The House of Polish-German Cooperation has its headquarters in the Waiting Room. There is also a modern conference center which includes two auditorium halls for around 300 people and three smaller ones for around 80 people. Conference center is adapted to full multimedia service and it also enables simultaneous interpretation. Located on the second floor of the building, Wooden Hall owes its name to the renovated original wooden ceiling.

Building 4 – Engine room

In the engine room, we provide our clients with office and storage space, kitchennettes and a conference and training room. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning. Customers can also take advantage of guarded server rooms located on each floor of the building. The building is covered by 24/7 security and equipped with security and fire alarm systems.


Incubator of New Gliwice

Incubator is a 3-storey building with an area of 4577 m2, with 20 premises with an area of 45 m2 or approximately 100 m2, social facilities and its own server room. After the investment was completed in June 2012, the entrepreneurs bought the premises on preferential terms, paying only 1% of the value of their property. Repayment of the remaining part of receivables has been spread in interest-free installments for 5 years. The incubator was “settled” by investors operating in the field of new technologies.