Central Point with occupancy permit

The construction works of Central Point have been officially completed. The flagship project of Belgian developer Immobel has obtained an occupancy permit. 

The new tower, whose construction began in April 2018, is located in the very centre of Warsaw, near one of the city’s most important junctions – at the corner of Marszałkowska and Świętokrzyska streets. Due to the unique location just above the intersection of the two metro lines, the proximity of numerous tram and bus stops, as well as the close vicinity to the Central Railway Station, the building has been classified as one of the best located towers in Warsaw. Both the employees and the business clients will have convenient access to any part of the city.

“We have officially finished the construction work. Two years of intense work are behind us. We end the project as intended with regard to the deadline, of which I am extremely proud. Many wonderful people were involved in this process, and they managed all its challenges splendidly, and these – as we are all aware – arised on numerous occasions during the pandemic. In the vein of sustainability, which is an integral part of our company’s strategy and values, we have succeeded in creating a place that aims at setting new trends and at the same time puts people at its center creating an experience that is conducive for innovation and collaboration” says Chief Commercial Officer of Immobel Poland, Richard Aboo.

The building covering almost 20,000 square metres was designed by Kazimierski and Ryba studio in cooperation with Arquitectonica firm in accordance with the highest environmental standards, as confirmed by the BREEAM certificate at the Excellent level. The materials from the construction site have been recycled in 95%. Inside the building there are many environment-friendly solutions created with the tenants’ convenience in mind, such as: modern and energy-efficient lighting systems; high-speed lifts; the access to the daylight in almost 90% of the building’s surface; well thought-out infrastructure for the cyclists together with bicycle stands, changing rooms, and showers; charging points for electric vehicles and many more. Aside from the office space of the highest quality, there are also green terraces and spacious modern lobby at the tenants’ disposal.

„While designing Central Point the most important criterion in our minds was a focus on the current business needs of our potential tenants that would cater to the dynamic trends but also with a strong regard to health and safety as one of the most important priorities. We also wanted the space to actively help our clients with their strategic ESG objectives. We intend to proactively engage in such processes, which are of particular importance nowadays. ” says Richard Aboo.

Marzena Zielonka

Central Point is a unique building on the office map of Warsaw. The central location right at the intersection of two metro lines and tram stops, the proximity of green areas and numerous of restaurants are just some of its many advantages. Central Point has been thoughtfully designed to enable comfortable workplace to be created here with as much natural light as is feasible. This is part of Central Point’s response to growing tenant demand for sustainable buildings, a fact that cannot be overestimated. All this makes Central Point a simply unique proposal on the Warsaw office market – comments Marzena Zielonka.

Marzena Zielonka

Director at JLL Office Agency

The neighbourhood of Central Point is remarkable – it is a mixture of history and modern conveniences offered by Warsaw. The building is located immediately next to the historic PAST tower, the Palace of Culture and Science, and the Saxon Garden. There are also numerous restaurants, hotels, cinemas, theatres, and clubs in the area – everything that is necessary, then.

„Already at the stage of drafting the project we were aware that we would have to pay particular attention to the surroundings of Central Point, showing it proper respect. We always strive to blend our buildings with the surrounding city fabric so that they can become its integral part, and that the people working there can have a positive experience while feeling proud to be accommodated in one of the most prominent locations in the city. I truly believe we have been successful in achieving this” adds Richard Aboo.

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