The symbolic ribbon was but by François Bèrtiere, Chairman and CEO of Bouygues Immobilier, Maciej Witucki, president of Orange Polska, Sheikh Faisal Bin Saoud Al-Thani, Director of Business Development Department of Qatar Holding, and Stanisław Fiszer, the architect of Miasteczko Orange. The project is owned by Qatar Holding, a subsidiary of Qatar Investment Authority, it was developed by Bouygues Immobilier Polska. Grupa Orange is the main tenant.
The history of the project goes back to the end of 2009 when Orange Polska and Bouygues Immobilier Polska signed a lease agreement of the building developed according to build-to-suit conditions. The acceptance protocol was signed in 2013. Miasteczko Orange is the first project of Qatar Holding in Central Europe.
Top quality of the project is proved by the fact that the Quatar partner has selected the investment. I am proud that Miasteczko Orange is one of the most modern buildings in Warszawa. We managed to achieve 30% of savings in energy use compared to other office buildings, and thus create a place which guarantees well-being and comfort for the peaople who work in it. The building is a huge success for the investor, the client and Bouygues Immobilier Polska as the developer – says Bruno Le Corre, CEO of Bouygues Immobilier Polska.
Miasteczko Orange has been designed by a renowned architect Stanisław Fiszer. The project is located at 160 Jerozolimskie Avenue in Warszawa and comprises of five six-storey buildings joined with each other on the ground and first floors. In total the project provides 45 000 square meters of floor area and provides full infrastructure for 3300 employees. Miasteczko Orange features a canteen with over 300 places, a kiosk, a grocery shop, cafe, fitness club and wooded garden with a fountain and a wooden terrace. There will be also Veturilo bicycle station and a car park with 1050 parking lots and additional space for 120 bicycles.
The project was developed in accordance with the requirements of BREEAM certification. In the building there are opening windows. The project supports biodiversity for example through the installation of bird shelters. The project received BREEAM Very Good certificate at the design stage.