Two buildings of Varso Place have been accredited for the WELL Health-Safety certificate. There are office spaces, commercial units and a hotel, which are built with the highest ecological standards. The developer ensures that Varso Tower, which is being under construction, will also receive the Badge. It was achieved by taking care of the workspace and the well-being of the employees.
The WELL Health-Safety standard is an international certificate created according to WHO guidelines, based on the knowledge of about 600 public health experts, virologists and members of the real estate community. It relates to cleaning procedures, care of workspace, air and water quality in the building and health-promoting education among employees. It is designed to prepare all building occupants for emergencies, such as the detection of SARS-CoV-2, and to prevent the spread of the virus.
The WELL Health-Safety Rating is valid for one year. The certification has also been awarded to buildings located worldwide, including the Empire State Building in New York and the Royal Albert Hall in London.
- Garden on top of the Varso Tower (7 September 2021)
- Varso Tower dominated the ranking of the highest buildings in the European Union (25 Frebruary 2021)
- Varso Tower - the tallest building in the European Union (4 January 2021)
- Varso II with the use permit (29 May 2020)
- Varso Tower exceeding the Palace of Culture (14 April 2020)
- Varso Place is climbing upwards (16 December 2019)
- Varso 1 reaches above ground level (6 August 2018)
- Varso Tower certified (7 June 2018)
- Intensive works on the Varso underground (5 December 2017)
- WELL precertificate for Varso (20 September 2017)
- The highest building in Poland will rise on Chmielna Street (11 January 2017)
- Construction permit on Chmielna Street (30 November 2016)