Warsaw UNIT is a modern and timeless architecture office building. The building offers approx. 55.000 sq. m of efficient office space within 39 floors.
The building’s name, Warsaw UNIT, refers to the skyscraper’s unique architecture, its modernist roots and the project’s individual character where man as an individual is most important. It also refers to Ghelamco’s other projects around Rondo Daszyńskiego: Warsaw Spire and The Warsaw HUB, highlighting the Varsovian character of the developer’s flagship projects.
The architecture of Warsaw UNIT was designed by Projekt Polsko-Belgijska Pracownia Architektury, which is also a co-author of Warsaw Spire. One of the most interesting elements of Warsaw UNIT’s architecture is the “dragon skin” façade in one part of the building, i.e. kinetic façade made of a few thousand moving plates. This solution is used in Poland for the first time. The ground floor of the building hosts commercial spaces and food amenities, available for all from the street level. The building is equipped with a parking lot for more than 400 cars, occupies 3 underground levels and 8 above-ground ones, located in the skyscraper’s podium.
Warsaw UNIT is certified in the BREEAM system with the excellent rating and equipped with the infrastructure for cyclists: bicycle parking lot, locker rooms and showers.
Warsaw UNIT was built in the fastest developing part of Warsaw, in the city’s new business district. The skyscraper emerged right on Rondo Daszyńskiego, in the corner of Prosta and Pańska streets. Major roads and transfer hubs meet in the direct vicinity. Nearby there are entrances to the second metro line station Rondo Daszyńskiego as well as bus and tram stops. In the vicinity there is also an urban and suburban train station.