The highest building in Poland will rise on Chmielna Street in Warsaw. Varso Tower will reach (including the spire) 310 m and is going to be a part of the business complex consisted of two lower integrated buildings. The HB Reavis investment at the intersection of Jana Pawła II Avenue and Chmielna Street has been designed by architects form Foster + Partners and Hermanowicz Rewski. The projest will distinguish itself by the unique tarrace 230 m above the ground and green tarraces on lower segments. The business complex will provide a direct connection to the Central Railway Station.
The construction works of the I stage has just launched and as the investor ensures: buildings will meet requirements of sustainable development, what is going to be proven by BREEAM certificate.
- New certificate for Varso Place (14 April 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 Tower certified (7 June 2018)
- Intensive works on the Varso underground (5 December 2017)
- WELL precertificate for Varso (20 September 2017)
- Construction permit on Chmielna Street (30 November 2016)