On 1st and 2nd April this year Plac Zamkowy – Business with Heritage was lightened up a blue illumination from 6 p.m. till midnight. The reason is an international event called "Light it up blue", which has been organized since 2011 by American organization Autism Speaks and propagated by the SYNAPSIS Foundation at the Vistula river. The main aim of this initiative is to show solidarity with people suffering from autism through lighting up all buildings of public and commercial institutions blue.
While lighting up our office we wanted to show that we are not indifferent to people with autism and to all who support them every day – Maksymilian Marcinkowski, Chariman of the Board of Senatorska – Investment, says.
More than 85 buildings in the whole country were lightened up on 1st and 2nd April for people with autism. The event was popularized by 9 international companies from the real estate sector: CBRE, Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield, NAI Estate Fellows, Heitman, JLL, Knight Frank, Kulczyk Silverstein Properties and Savills. The initiative "Light up blue for autism" starts "Month of knowledge about autism", during which real estate companies will support the SYNAPSIS Foundation by making materials concerning autism available and encouraging to intend 1 per cent of tax or donation for diagnosis or therapy of charges of the foundation.
Plac Zamkowy – Business with Heritage is situated at the crossroads of Miodowa, Senatorska and Podwale Streets. The office is composed of 4 aboveground and 2 underground tiers with a car park for 27 cars. The structure offers 3851 sq. m of office space and more than 1600 sq. m of commercial and service space located on the ground floor. There will be also a restaurant with the view of Plac Zamkowy in the building, which will occupy a part of the ground floor and first floor. Many modern technologies were applied in the structure, which meet standards of ecological construction, the confirmation of which is the awarded BREEAM Interim certificate at the Very Good level. The author of the project, which was inspired by classical palatial development, is Wojciech Grabianowski, co-owner of the RKW Rhode Kellermann Wawrowsky architectural studio.