Poznańska 37 is an A+ class, luxurious boutique office building, which will be the effect of the complex modernization of the historic apartment house. The building offers more than 4 100 square meters of modern office space arranged over 6 floors, and almost 500 square meters of retail and commercial space on the ground floor. Typical floor with almost 600 meters of office space allows to create open space layout, traditional layout or mixed layout. In addition, the building will provide its leaseholders and guests with a number of amenities, such as conference centre, restaurant, three-level underground car park and cyclist facility.
The first leaseholders will be able to move in to the building in Q3 2017.
History and architecture
Poznańska 37 is a stylish, historic office building erected in the years 1903 to 1904. The first owner of the building was Boruch Zybert – the Warsaw tenement house landlord and merchant. He also possessed the building facing Poznańska 37 and the building in Chmielna street. Poznańska 37 is one of few historic buildings to survive the war intact. The building is an example of the eclectic architecture with Art Nouveau elements. Its façade is decorated with high neo-baroque gable and splendid stucco. The impressive forged gate complements the elegance of the building. The building looks very sophisticated. It is considered to be the gorgeous pre-war architectural gem.
The historic value of the real estate is also highlighted by the fact that this is the location of the stove commemorated in the poem of Miron Białoszewski (“Oh, if, even if they took the stove away …”) — the poet and novelist who lived in the house in the years 1945 to 1958.
In order to preserve the unique nature of the real estate, revitalization and adaptation of the building to the modern technological requirements was entrusted to the FS&P Arcus architectural studio, led by Mariusz Ścisło — the President of the Association of Polish Architects.
The uniqueness of the building is emphasized by precisely crafted details: restored stucco, marble steps, as well as carefully made vintage door woodwork. There are vintage intricately styled ceramic tiles in the main staircase. The exclusive Italian Apavisa tiles and historic floors add additional touch of sophistication to the newly designed areas.
The building of Poznańska 37 is located in the very centre of Warsaw. The location of the real estate provides the best transportation in the capital: underground, buses and trams provide ideal connections to other districts of the city, while Warszawa-Centralna and Warszawa-Śródmieście train stations provide convenient suburban, domestic and international rail transportation. The international Warsaw Chopin Airport is 20-minute drive from the building.
In the vicinity of the investment project, there are numerous services, shops, shopping centres, cinemas, theaters and the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in Warsaw.