The thorough renovation of the office situated at the crossroads of Mokotowska and Marszałkowska Streets started in March this year. The scope of works included e.g. installation of a new fire system, modernization of ventilation and air conditioning installations as well as general construction works.
The unique character of Renaissance Building is emphasized with a mural, which decorates the renovated lobby. Renaissance Building is a place for all companies which want to be noticeable and which prefer urban atmosphere of one of the most popular squares in Warsaw instead of glazed offices. We wanted to create a space which meets the needs of different tenants, which is friendly, and which attracts attention from the very moment of entrance. Thus we decided to choose a decorative mural in the lobby, which was created by a group of artists after many weeks of work. This mural reflects the character of Renaissance Building – its modernity, its precision and its unique atmosphere – says Magdalena Ruta, GLL Real Estate Partners Fund.
Except for architecture, Renaissance Building stands alone with its location at the Warsaw Plac Zbawiciela (Savior Square). The building is perfectly communicated – there are Politechnika metro station as well as tram and bus stops in the closest neighborhood. Additionally, the building is equipped with a three-level underground garage for 72 cars, which gives a beneficial rate of places to usable area – adds Michał Bieliński, Manager of the Property, BNP Paribas.
Tetris by Neo Świat – the general contractor of the renovation – and Sentient – the company which managed the renovation on behalf of GLL Real Estate Partners – were responsible for the project of modernization of Renaissance Building.
Renaissance Building is an office building class A situated in Warsaw. It offers 4600 sq. m of office space on five floors, which can be arranged in office, open space, or differentiated systems, as well as 600 sq. m of commercial space.
See the timelaps video presenting the art mural painting in the lobby of Renaissance Building: