Skyliner is ready

One of the tallest office buildings in Warsaw, the latest investment project of Karimpol Group, has been put into operation. First tenants will move in late spring. The skyscraper towering over Warsaw’s Wola district is 195m high and offers in total, nearly 49,000 sqm of space.

Skyliner is ready

“We put a lot of emphasis on the safety of Skyliner environment so that people feel comfortable returning to everyday work. This is possible thanks to the technology used in the building. There are such systems as contactless access via a virtual access card, entry to the parking lot by reading license plates, calling the elevator as early as at the stage of passing through the gates, but also a number of other solutions related to the building app including the possibility of booking the conference room, a specific desk or the opportunity to monitor the number of people in the office at any given time,” said Jarosław Prawicki, leasing director at Karimpol Poland.

Skyliner is located at ulica Prosta 67, at Rondo Daszyńskiego in the Warsaw’s Wola district. The building offers 30 floors of office space and four floors dedicated to services, retail and restaurants, available both to the tenants of the building and to Warsaw inhabitants. A two-story Skybar situated at a height of 165 meters, offers an unforgettable panoramic view over Warsaw’s city skyline. A spectacular, 16 meter-high lobby, is the highest office lobby in Poland. Skyliner is supported by 21 high-speed elevators. The building is situated perfectly just by the subway stop at Rondo Daszyńskiego (just 8 meters away) and by the main bus and tram junction. A five-story underground parking lot for 432 cars provides also 330 bicycle parking places with lockers and modern changing rooms. Skyliner is rated Excellent in the BREEAM certification system. The space outside the building is green, open to the public and designed in such a way as to encourage users of Skyliner and the surrounding buildings to use the emerging city square as a place to rest. Greenery, including tall trees and shrubs, has been supplemented with seasonal and partially evergreen plants, thanks to which the areas will look attractive the whole year-round. The green design also includes seating areas with benches and wooden terraces that match the building.

Skyliner has been designed by the architectural office APA Wojciechowski. Warbud is the project’s general contractor. The agency responsible for leasing the premises in the building is CBRE.



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