In the next two years the area opposite to the Warsaw Uprising Museum will change beyond recognition. In the place where only a few months ago stood the building of the old Róża Luksemburg Electrical Lamp Factory, the Wola Center office building will be constructed – as we can read in “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna”.
The investor is Warszawa Przyokopowa a company owned by LC Corp, a holding from Wrocław. The formalities connected with the building permit have been concluded at the end of August and at the beginning of September the developer has chosen the general contractor – Budimex. The project, which was created by the APA Kuryłowicz & Associates studio, shall be concluded by the end of 2013. The business complex will consist of four buildings connected with each other. The concept is based on the structure of a crystal – the dark exterior shape will contrast with the bright and light interior. The glass elevation will act like a mirror, reflecting the surroundings.
At first, the developer planned to build an apartment building, with luxurious apartments and lofts. However this turned out to be impossible because of the fact that the building was contaminated with mercury.