Varso Tower exceeded the height of 230 meters to the roof, which made it a tallest building in Poland. The installation of the 73-tonne, 80-meter-high spire allowed the skyscraper to break another record.
The 53-storey Varso Tower reached a height of 310 meters and dominated the ranking of the highest buildings in the European Union, surpassing the existing skyscrapers in Frankfurt, Milan and Paris.
There will be a possibility to admire the panorama of the city from the top of the building, where one of the highest observation decks in Europe will be built. A restaurant with a view of Warsaw will also be opened on floors 46, 47 and 48.
The office building is part of the multifunctional Varso Place investment being built in the center of Warsaw. The construction of Varso Tower will be completed in Q1 2022.
- Tropical trees in Varso Tower (6 April 2022)
- Office space applies for WELL certification (9 February 2022)
- Garden on top of the Varso Tower (7 September 2021)
- New certificate for Varso Place (14 April 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)