Pałac Młodziejowskiego

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 10, Miodowa Street

Building description

Pałac Młodziejowskiego is a building with high quality of architecture and historic value. The object has newly renovated interiors, refurbished facade and wooden windows. The Palace offers over 6,900 sq m of rentable office space, spread over three floors and provides its future tenants with 6 above-ground parking spaces.

Location description

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Pałac Młodziejowskiego is situated at Miodowa Street, in the heart of Warsaw’s Old Town, opposite to the Royal Castle and King Zygmunt III Waza Column. The property is located in close proximity to numerous elegant palaces and National Opera. The location provides excellent access to the city centre by public transport facilities: underground, tram and bus lines.

Commercial terms

Building completely leased.

Building information

  • Building status Existing
  • Total building space 7 340 m²
  • Parking ratio 1 / 300 sq m
  • Green building certification -
  • Modernization completion date 2011
  • Total net rentable office space in building 5 900 m²
  • Number of parkings 6

Amenities

  • ATM nearby
  • Bank
  • Barber
  • Beauty parlor
  • Cafes and restaurants
  • City bike station
  • Hotel nearby
  • Kindergarten nearby
  • Parking nearby
  • Parking stalls for bicycles
  • Pharmacy nearby
  • Post office
  • Restaurants
  • Shops

Standard fit-out

  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Suspended ceilingSuspended ceiling
  • Telephone cablingTelephone cabling
  • 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

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