There is a permission for Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park can be distinguished by its unique concept of buildings' arrangement and carefully selected elements of spatial management.
Warsaw. Convenient public transport, a unique arrangement of buildings and carefully selected elements of spatial management; this is what the investment AIG Lincoln will finally look like.

Warsaw will gain about 55 thous. sq.m of  area to let, owing to the complex of six A class buildings making up Lincoln Park.

The complex will be built at the corner of ul. Marynarska and the recently built highway N-S. This location guarantees a good connection with the southern by-pass of Warsaw. In its vicinity, there are bus and tram stops. Near it, 200 m away from it, there is a station of Fast City Train (SKM), “Warszawa Służewiec”, which is part of the route Frederick Chopin International Airport – city centre. There is also an underground station, “Wilanowska”, there. One can reach the airport or the city centre in several minutes by car.  

The office building will be integrated into the city landscape and natural environment. A nearby pond, Staw Zbarskiego, has been integrated in such a way that it creates a favourable working environment with leisure areas. Well-insolated offices will be equipped with tilt-turn windows, which open office space to green areas. Carefully selected greenery and small architecture with water elements will constitute a graet supplement of the whole office complex. The court, sheltered by the outer elevations of buildings, will be at the disposal of pedestrians who will be able to rest from city rustle. Each building was designed in a special way in order to provide tenants with great flexibility of adjusting the size of office are to their actual needs. Pro-ecological sulutions make Lincoln Park a modern and environmental-friendly project. Lincoln Park’s designer is an architectural studio APA Wojciechowski. The investment will be realized in stages. 

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