Ghelamco Poland launches Senator project (PL)

Ghelamco Poland has launched the Senator project in Warsaw – an exceptional office building which combines historic architecture with modern office space design.


The project is due to be delivered to the market in Q2 2012.

The Senator has been a long-awaited project. It will emerge on a site which for centuries has been associated with Warsaw's principal financial institutions. In the reign of King Augustus Poniatowski it housed the State Mint and during the final years of Poland's partitioning it was the seat of the Russian State Bank; finally, since 1926 Polish Bank has occupied the plot.

It will consist of a building of nearly 25,000 m² which will combine historic and modern elements. Its emergence will help to restore the facades on Bielanska and Solidarnosci streets. The company began construction work in October 2010 and the whole building will be delivered to the market in Q2 2012.

The project has been designed with respect for the historical past of the location to which it will hark back both with its architecture and functionality. The project's architecture will refer to the original building that was in its place before the Second World War. The old traditional banking hall will be rebuilt with a partly glazed floor. The entire project has been developed in consultation with the municipal monument conservation office.

The building's interior design will include all the technology commonplace in modern office structures, such as elevated floors, suspended ceilings, central heating and air-conditioning systems with humidity control and zoning. The entire building will be equipped with advanced BMS system as well as structural cabling. As in other office buildings developed by Ghelamco, the investor will install tilting windows - a solution that is particularly sought-after by tenants.

Source: Ghemlaco

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