The Central Point office building, located in the most prestigious and attractive location in the country at the corner of Świętokrzyska and Marszałkowska streets in Warsaw, will be put into use next year. The building, located at the intersection of two metro lines, will be commercialized by CBRE and JLL. The minimalist design with a predominance of glass refers to the surrounding office buildings, including the diagonal so-called New Sesame, thanks to which Central Point fits well with the very center of the capital.

“The construction of the Central Point office building is progressing quickly, which is another proof of the good condition of the Warsaw office market, despite the epidemic in which we operate all the time. 4 levels of the underground garage and four floors have already been completed. Currently, the fifth floor is under construction, and the completion of the ready-for-use building is scheduled for the third quarter of 2021. We are sure that future tenants will appreciate the comfort of this modern place with a fantastic location. It is worth noting that this is the only place where two metro lines meet, enabling quick transport to different parts of Warsaw,” Radosław Pawlak from CBRE, said.

The Central Point office building will have 21 floors with a mezzanine and will be 95 meters high. Its total area is almost 20,000 sqm, of which approx. 18,000 sqm is office space, and 1,100 sqm of commercial service. Tenants will have at their disposal 80 parking spaces, electric car charging points, bicycle parking, changing rooms and showers. Due to the location at the intersection of metro lines, vibration isolation elements have been designed at the junction of the building structure and the station.


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