The innovative co-working space will provide over 1500 square meters to host hot-deskers and the myriad of freelance that occupy the industries of the future.
The Warsaw HUB is one of the most technologically advanced buildings in Poland. To facilitate smooth-running business environment, the building incorporates a range of sophisticated technologies.
The Warsaw HUB is also equipped with innovative technology solutions which will enable them to immediately switch to the pandemic mode.
The building’s integrated management systems and sophisticated mobile solutions for tenants and users are controlled by an AI-based system powered by the Google Cloud Platform.
At a height of 130 m above ground, on a large-format board surrounding The Warsaw HUB, an abstracts work by a renowned artist Łukasz Stokowski was hanged. The installation was created as the Sky Art Gallery as part of a new cultural initiative of Ghelamco Poland – HUB Gallery. Along the progressing construction, the painting wandered upwards, becoming visible from long distances and from different sides of the city. This is the first such project in Europe.
Ghelamco Poland is the leader of the commercial property market in Poland and a pioneer in innovations, public space design, smart buildings and sustainable construction. Since 1991, the company has built its leading position as an investor, developer and general contractor by delivering over 1,200,000 sqm best-in-class office, residential, commercial and warehouse space.
The company’s flagship investment is Warsaw Spire with Plac Europejski (European Square), awarded w title of the best office building in the world in a prestigious competition MIPIM Awards 2017.