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Any news from Warszawa ?
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Great projects making Warsaw one of Europes largest construction sites.
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Old Posted May 1, 2005, 8:44 PM
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how is the actual situation on Zlote Tarasy ?
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by paolo 2005.04.24


opposite side of the tower
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facade on the lower twin office buildings
by sojuz 2005.04.30


EDIT glass dome by hugwawa
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Great pictures, especially the second one
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Some new projects for Warsaw Downtown:

Office building at Warynski Street (about 60 meteres tall)





Office building at Piekna Street:



Office building at Nowogrodzka Street (70 meters tall)
It will be located near Millenium (Reform) Plaza



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approved project: Marszalkowska/Zurawia Street office building

developer: Wolf Immobilien Polen



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Old Posted May 6, 2005, 7:33 PM
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Project: Grzybowska Park

Location address: Warsaw, Grzybowska Str.

Project description: Landmark class A office development. Seven-storey building with a typical floor plate of approx. 1,330 m². It offers prestigious location, high standard technical specifications and efficiency of design.

Total size: Over 9,800 m²

Total rentable area: Over 9,800 m²

Status: Under development

Completion Date: The year 2006

Location: The project is located in the very heart of Warsaw Central Business District. It provides convenient access to public transportation means as well as hotels, retail, restaurants, banks and other business facilities.
Technical Specifications: The building will be equipped, among others, with: suspended ceilings, raised floors, high quality finishes, modern telecommunication and security systems, efficient floor plates, fan coil HVAC system, BMS, 68 secured parking places, internal cafeteria, coffee point.








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Old Posted May 7, 2005, 10:04 AM
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IO-1: Office Building Niepodleglosci/Pulawska Street U/C

International class A Office building, situated in Mokotov, the business district in Warsaw (10 minutes from the airport, 15 minutes from city centre).
Leaseable office areas from 150 m² up to 1800 m².
High rised floor, fully air conditioned, high speed elevators, 7 days/24 hours security service.
In house shops, restaurant and meeting areas. Tenant and facility management.

GFA above ground level: 28.953 m²
GFA under ground level: 9.749 m²
GFA 38.702 m²
Basements: 3

Lettable area: € 23.672 m²
Average rent: € 14,80/m²/month
Building price: € 1.044,00/m²
Yield 10,75%

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What I would really be looking forward to, is a building taller than the PKiN. A skyscraper 300, or more meters tall (The palace is 237,5 meters tall). The possible sites could be Chmielna street (opposite Złote Tarasy), or the site near ONZ roundabout (cancelled Atrium South site). Instead of building three or four office centres, one huge building could be erected, leaving precious space for future development. Does anyone know if such plans were ever conceived? I saw a picture portraying a 380-meter-tall building dwarfing the PKiN in Gazeta Wyborcza once, but that's it. I haven't heard about it since.
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Old Posted May 24, 2005, 6:18 PM
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thanks for the Zlote Tarasy pictures.
it seems the construction is still going strong over there , that's great news
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Zlote Tarasy, bez wontpliwosci, jest jieden z najpiejkniejszich budynkow w Europie.
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"Small" update

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by Paolo:



by piortek:




by michau:



by rcube:










Golden Terraces by michau:

Views from Intercontinental:









Views form Marriot:












and photo by kafarek:



Hilton by rcube:









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Old Posted Jul 26, 2005, 8:10 AM
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euh , any new skyscrapers planned or proposed ?
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euh , any new skyscrapers planned or proposed ?
Many new residential towers will be built in Wola district (between Hilton and Westin)
And there are rumours about new skyscraper on Zlota Street (between Golden Terraces and Intercontinental) which will be designed by Daniel Libeskind
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Old Posted Sep 5, 2005, 1:17 PM
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Many new residential towers will be built in Wola district (between Hilton and Westin)
And there are rumours about new skyscraper on Zlota Street (between Golden Terraces and Intercontinental) which will be designed by Daniel Libeskind
any renderings available ?

or/and

an update of the buildings U/C ?
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Wonderful. I haven't visited this thread for a year.

I might have the chance next year to go and visit Poland once again, and this time I will surely visit Warszawa.
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