Warsaw Unit welcomes a new tenant. Andersen has opened an office in the Ghelamco skyscraper

Warsaw UNIT is filling up with more tenants. Andersen, an international software development company, has opened its office in one of Europe’s greenest skyscrapers. Ghelamco’s 200-meter office building is almost fully leased.

Andersen has arranged its office on the 23rd floor of the high-rise building at Rondo Daszyńskiego. Nearly 1,600 sqm of modern office space will remain at the company’s disposal for a period of 5 years.

“Andersen’s decision to join our rapidly growing community is a testament to the exceptional amenities, innovative solutions, sustainability and excellent location that Warsaw UNIT offers. Our office building creates an inspiring workplace for all its users, one that fosters creativity, collaboration and growth. We would like to thank Andersen for their trust and congratulate the entire team on the new office at Warsaw UNIT ,” says Jarosław Zagórski, Managing Director, Ghelamco Poland.

“Andersen’s new office at Warsaw UNIT represents a bold step forward in our pursuit of success. As we walk through these doors, we enter a space that fosters collaboration, communication, and camaraderie. It is here that we will work together to conquer challenges, explore new possibilities, and chart the course to even greater height,” says Valentin Kuzmenko, Chief Commercial Officer, Andersen.

Andersen is an international software development company that has been helping companies around the world grow their businesses for more than 16 years. They have gained rich experience in all innovative technologies and proved its expertise with a wide range of certificates. Andersen's services go way beyond regular software development, including Business Analysis, Project Management, QA, Architecture services and etc. Andersen’s team consists of more than 3,500 skilled employees and industry experts working in 16 development centers, capable of building successful solutions in areas such as healthcare, FinTech, multimedia and entertainment, IoT and e-commerce.

Ultramodern and energy-efficient Warsaw UNIT

With 46 stories and 202 meters high, Warsaw UNIT is the most environmentally friendly and technologically advanced skyscraper in Poland, perfectly in line with the ESG strategy of Ghelamco and its tenants. The building was the first in the country to receive WELL Core certification at the Platinum level and the first high-rise to earn a BREEAM certificate with the highest possible Outstanding rating. Its sustainability is also confirmed by certification in the WELL Health-Safety Rating, WELL v2 (pre-certification), Green Standard Building and “Barrier-Free Facility” systems.

The energy-efficient and low-emissions nature of Warsaw UNIT is ensured daily by more than 40,000 sensors and 800 meters as part of a state-of-the-art BEMS system. Thanks to this and a number of other solutions, energy consumption in Warsaw UNIT is nearly 30% lower than in comparable high-rise buildings. Warsaw UNIT will also be the first skyscraper in Poland to be powered in 100 percent by clean energy. This comes after Ghelamco announced a groundbreaking project to build its own photovoltaic farms.

Warsaw UNIT features Ghelamco’s proprietary Signal OS operating system with its own application, which gives tenants and managers many options, including active participation in the process of sustainable management of utilities. The office building also uses anti-pandemic solutions, including virucidal UV lamps in lifts and ventilation systems.

Ghelamco’s project stands out with its elegant, timeless architecture and original solutions, such as the kinetic “dragon skin” facade waving in the wind, or Skyfall Warsaw – a sky-high, fully glazed observation deck with a falling floor, providing an unforgettable experience to the guests.


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