Just in three years several apartment and office buildings will rise in the quarter of Grzybowska, Wronia, Chłodna and Krochmalna Streets on Wola in Warsaw, in the grounds of one of the once biggest breweries in Europe, surrounded by spacious squares with numerous restaurants, cafes and shops. The investment will be realized by the biggest Polish developer – Echo Investment.
The open grounds of Browary Warszawskie will have 15 700 sq m and will be available day and night to everyone. The atmosphere of old Warsaw will be felt in the renovated 19th century basements, which will find eating and trade spots. The investor also wants to refer to the earlier history of Wola, which was once a district of gardens and orchards, through the project of a central garden above the basements.
Currently the underground part of the apartment buildings is being constructed. Work is also in full swing in the historic premises of the old brewery, where office space has been planned. Companies will also have representative offices in modern class A buildings at their disposal.
The construction of an eleven-storey highrise with glass elevation on the crossroads of Grzybowska and Wronia Street will start soon. After its completion, the construction of another three office blocks is planned to start.
The construction of Browary Warszawskie is to end in 2020.
- Browary Warszawskie at the start (21 September 2016)