by Property Forum | Office

Skyliner, one of the highest office towers in Warsaw developed by Karimpol, has obtained an occupancy permit. The skyscraper was designed by APA Wojciechowski. Tenants will start moving into the building in the first half of 2021.

Construction works of Skyliner started at the end of 2017 and took 36 months. The skyscraper located in Warsaw's Wola district is 195 meters high and offers 45,000 sqm of office space spread over 30 floors. Inside, there will be also 49,000 sqm of retail space - premises, service points and restaurants, which will be available both to the tenants of the building and to Warsaw inhabitants. On the 5-storey parking, there will be 432 parking spaces. The building is certified with BREEAM Excellent.

“For the General Contractor of Skyliner, the decision on obtaining the occupancy permit is not only the culmination of the engineers' efforts and emotions accompanying the construction of the building, but it is primarily the victory in a joint race – with time, technological conditions, weather, schedule, and last year also with the epidemic. Getting the permit is a confirmation for us that we have duly done our job,” said Karol Puszerkiewicz, Skyliner contract director at Warbud S.A. “The investor was demanding, and the building was really technically difficult, which makes us even more happy that we managed to meet the client's expectations and at the same time, what is especially important for us, to build this skyscraper safely. It was a unique experience for us,” added Puszerkiewicz.