The area allocated for the construction of a new section of Al. I. J. Paderewskiego street is located in a peripheral zone within the administrative boundaries of the city of Białystok. The following main types of city landscapes have been designed on the designed section of about 3.1 km: a residential zone, industrial areas, a historical zone, an area of dispersed development and closed areas together with an entry into the city.
In the above-mentioned zones the characteristic problems regarding the street as an urban interior are the following: crystallisation and marking the entry into the city, the problem of pedestrian crossings in roads with accelerated car traffic, or the problem of locating roadside advertisements and information facilities (billboards) that could significantly reduce visibility and thereby safety on the road. In the residential and residential-and-service zone the street should display representative features, which are currently (on the existing section) missing.
In the existing status quo the elements crystallising the space of the street are mostly the dominants of the spatial arrangement and historical development complexes. What merits special attention among them is the smokestack of the Białystok heat plant being a kind of landmark on a large section of the designed street and areas adjacent to it and the historical development complex in Starosielce street.