HB Reavis, an international developer of commercial properties, and PKP S.A. (English: Polish State Railways, Inc.) show their schedule of the investment building and visualization of the the new railway station Warszawa Zachodnia (English: Warsaw West) and West Station offices. Investment is supposed to erect in three stages. More or less, the railway station will be ready-made a year after getting a building permit, which investors expect to get in I quarter of 2014. First office will be ready in the I quarter of 2016, and second one in the I quarter of 2018.
Office complex will consist of two buildings offering 150 000sqm together, whence 64 000sqm will be an office space. There will be an underground garage with 1 300 parking spaces. Investment will seek for a BREEAM certification on the Excellence level.
The new railway station Warszawa Zachodnia together with the office complex West Station is one of the leading projects in Poland for us. We paid a lot of attention to make the designed buildings friendly, functional and to make them fulfil the highest standards - said Stanislav Frňka, CEO HB REAVIS Poland - West Station due to the unique location by one of the biggest communication links in Warsaw and at the same time in the vicinity of the inner capital's centre, means that it's a perfect choice for companies whose employee's comfort and easiness of commuting to the office are priorities. In work phase over the architectonic concept of the project our most important aim was to create possibly the best conditions for future employees of that place. Therefore, i.a. special green enclaves were designed inside the office vented by the natural air movement from the outside filled with a natural greenery.
A new railway station will be situated at Aleje Jerozolimskie, not as so far from the Tunelowa Street. Commercial point and all facilities for disabled will be found in this investment.
It will be a very modern structure fulfilling standards of the passengers. Warszawa Zachodnia significantly differs from other stations in the capital, both in terms of aesthetics and functionality. Cooperation with private investors gives us a chance of a radical change. Successful enterprises in Poznań and Katowice let us think that even a modern Warszawa Zachodnia will welcome passengers in 2015 - said Piotr Ciżkowicz, Board Member of PKP Group. - PKP S.A. is the owner of hundreds of lands, very often in key parts of big cities or agglomeration. We'd like to together with private investors use this potential. We've already been working on the next projects and we invite to another ones.