JM Tower

Warsaw, Wola, 45, Grzybowska Street

Building description

JM Tower is a modern residential-office building and offers approximately 23,500 sq m of total office space. Substantial glazing provides an optimal amount of natural lighting for the interiors. The object is equipped with air-conditioning, suspended ceilings, raised floors, and openable windows among others.

Location description

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The building is located between Towarowa Street and Jana Pawła II Avenue, close to ONZ Roundabout, just 5 minutes drive from the Central Railway Station. Convenient location enables easy access to other parts of the city by both public and private transport.

Commercial terms

Building completely leased.

Building information

  • Building status Existing
  • Total building space 26 900 m²
  • Parking ratio 1 / 100 sq m
  • Green building certification -
  • Building completion date I quarter 2012
  • Total net rentable office space in building 11 900 m²
  • Number of parkings 210

Amenities

  • ATM nearby
  • Bank
  • Barber
  • Beauty parlor
  • Cafe
  • Canteen
  • Car wash
  • City bike station
  • Conference center nearby
  • Currency exchange
  • Fitness Club
  • Gym nearby
  • Hotel nearby
  • Kindergarten nearby
  • Medical clinic
  • Pharmacy nearby
  • Post office
  • Restaurant nearby
  • Sauna
  • Shops
  • Travel Agency

Standard fit-out

  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Suspended ceilingSuspended ceiling
  • Computer cablingComputer cabling
  • Power cablingPower cabling
  • Smoke detectorsSmoke detectors
  • CarpetingCarpeting
  • Wall partitioningWall partitioning
  • ReceptionReception
  • SecuritySecurity
  • Fiber opticsFiber optics
  • Access controlAccess control
  • Openable windowsOpenable windows
  • Emergency power supplyEmergency power supply
  • BMSBMS

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