Varso Tower is a flagship, mixed-use high-rise located in central Warsaw, directly opposite the Zlote Tarasy shopping centre. The complex includes one of Europe's tallest towers and two mid-rise buildings. Upon its completion the main structure, which rises 310 m (1017 ft) and is designed by world-renowned British architectural firm Foster + Partners, will be the tallest building in Poland surpassing the 231 m (758 ft) high Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. The building is planned to be linked with the Central Railway Station through an underground corridor and it houses shops, restaurants and cafes on the ground level, a large parking garage on three underground floors plus around 140,000 sqm (1.507,000 sq ft) of high-quality, flexible office space on the upper floors. It also hosts an observation deck at 230 m (754 ft) and a glazed public courtyard at ground level.
310 m / 1017 ft
53 stories tall
Featured by state-of-the-art technologies to reduce water and energy consumption, Varso Tower is the first Polish project of this scale to be rated 'Outstanding' against the BREEAM certification scheme. In addition to that, the project is the first development to achieve WELL Precertification at the Gold level in Poland, as well as in the entire Central Europe.
49,400 sqm (531,700 sq ft) of standard panelized system with triple glazing.
CLIENT: HB Reavis
ARCHITECT: Foster + Partners
CONTRACTOR: HB Reavis
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