Developer and investor Golub GetHouse has acquired over 5,370 sqm of land located near the intersection of ul. Żelazna and ul. Grzybowska in the Wola district of Warsaw where it plans to build a 140-meter residential skyscraper project comprising approximately 450 rental apartments. Called Liberty Tower, the scheme will also house a hotel. The architectural studio that will design the planned development will be selected in an international competition.
“This is going to be our first investment of this type in Poland, but we have an extensive experience in this sector gained in the USA – our group has been constructing multifamily rental buildings for over 55 years, and only in the last year has built several such tower buildings in Chicago and in San Francisco,” said Czarek Jarząbek, the founder and CEO at Golub GetHouse.
Golub GetHouse is currently developing (in cooperation with Mennica Polska) the Mennica Legacy Tower high-rise office project, which is also located in the Wola district. The company is planning to launch more rental apartment and dormitory schemes in the near future. They will be located not only in Warsaw, but also in Kraków and other major regional cities across Poland.