The Warsaw HUB is Ghelamco Poland’s biggest project. The complex of three buildings, which is built in Warsaw’s business center, offers 113 thousand sq m of multi-functional space. For the first time on the Polish property market, the innovative HoloLens technology was used for project visualization.
The Warsaw HUB is the most innovative project in Ghelamco’s history, a home to new technologies, friendly to both startups and corporations. It is also an example of high-class architecture with a city-forming function, which has been consistently implemented by Ghelamco, a pioneer of this concept on the Polish market.
“The Warsaw HUB is Ghelamco’s most modern design to-date. The investment goes far beyond the framework of a typical office complex. It is the heart of the network, a central point where all needs of modern, innovative companies converge,” says Jarosław Zagórski, Commercial and Business Development Director, Ghelamco Poland. “The Warsaw HUB sets new, previously unknown quality standards while creating a valuable urban fabric in the very heart of Warsaw. Therefore the building fulfills a city-forming function, of which Ghelamco has been a pioneer among the developers operating in Poland,” adds Jarosław Zagórski.
The Warsaw HUB was erected in the fast developing part of Warsaw, i.e. at the junction of Towarowa and Prosta streets. After Warsaw Spire, it is Ghelamco’s yet another project which sets up a new business center of Warsaw, near Rondo Daszyńskiego. The investment is located in the direct vicinity of a major transport hub, linking the second metro line with numerous tram and bus stops, near the Warszawa Ochota train station.
The Warsaw HUB is a technologically advanced complex, combining all functions necessary for today’s corporations and startups to operate. The 113 thousand sq m of space will host state-of-the-art office space, a conference center, and a 3- and 4-star hotel.
The Warsaw HUB provides tenants with top quality offices equipped with state-of-the-art technology solutions. For example, access to the building is enabled for smartphones and the parking lot is equipped with a car recognition system and a charging station for electric cars.
The Warsaw HUB is also an investment that creates valuable urban fabric. This is Ghelamco’s yet another project in which the Belgian company consistently implements the city-forming concept. Ghelamco has been the first developer to implement such concept on the Polish market. The investment was designed by a renowned architectural studio of Andrzej M. Chołdzyński, author of, among others, the central section of the second metro line or the building of the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Erected on a shared, nearly 100-meter foundation, the skyscrapers (two 130-meter and one 85-meter) forms a consistent, big city frontage along the Towarowa street and a landmark of Rondo Daszyńskiego visible from many places in the capital.
The Warsaw HUB is offering 4 800 sq m of convenience space located on floors -1, 0 and +1. It boast a wide range of restaurants, shops and services appealing to a large and diversified audience.