On the plot of land between Grzybowska, Łucka, Wronia and Towarowa Streets the construction works on currently the largest office block in Europe are in progress. The workers have already begun to dismantle the scaffolding on the building B, the elevation of which will soon be finished. The office block will be handed over to the tenant - the agency Frontex - this September. The construction works on the rest of the buildings do not stop either. In the side building C, 14 out of 15 floors of the reinforced concrete structure are already visible, while the 22-metre tower reached the 8th floor.
Over 500 workers and 5 cranes work at the same time on the construction of Warsaw Spire. Arrangement works are in progress in the most advanced building B. Within the frames of the highest office block, the finishing works are conducted as well as equipping the transformer stations and machine rooms underground. Soon the tower will grow one floor per week. At the same time, advanced installation and finishing works are in progress in the garage. The underground part of the complex is to be finished in May.
Warsaw Spire will offer a total of 100 000 sq. m of office space. The investment was issued preliminary ecological certificate BREEAM with the assessment Excellent. The project includes creating a green city square, animated by fountains and surrounded by restaurants and coffee houses.
Two lower,15-storey buildings will be put into use in 2014. Due to time-consuming finishing works of the 220-metre tower, its completion is planned for 2015. The developer and general contractor of Warsaw Spire is Ghelamco Poland.