LHI company’s new office project is being constructed at 25 Chmielna Street. Commissioning is planned on the turn of August and September, but the first tenants are already known. Commercial storeys on the levels 0 and -1 have been occupied by a well-known entity from commercial sector, whereas in the office part for instance Nextep and LHI will find a place. Currently, the lessor is conducting advanced talks with other prospective tenants from various sectors. They could move in about 2,5 months after entering into the lease agreement and settling projects.
Chmielna 25 is a class A office building, which offers the space of 3 800 m2 on seven storeys. Occupants will have at their disposal 25 parking places. The structure is located in downtown Warsaw, with a convenient access to public transport. It is in close proximity to Warsaw Śródmieście and Warsaw Central railway stations.
The building was constructed taking into consideration the strict norms of LEED environmental certification. There is a roof with high light reflection and with low-maintenance plants, which use rain water. Energy-saving lighting systems were applied in Chmielna 25, and the designers took care of optimizing the elevation’s shape and materials. Sun-blinds were installed outside the building, which prevents an excessive heating up of the rooms. The spaces were equipped with individual monitoring of utilities consumption. Local materials were used for construction and furnishings, which levelled out a harmful impact on the environment.