Warsaw Spire tower with its 180 meters and 49 floors, is the currently highest office tower in Poland and at the same time the most prestigious location for an office in the whole country. It is located in the capital’s booming business district of Wola, in the direct neighborhood of the second metro line stop – Rondo Daszyńskiego.
The tower has approximately 71,600 sqm of rentable space in total, including roughly 65,000 sqm of office space and the remainder used primarily for retail purposes. It offers also 766 underground parking spaces and 379 station for bicycles.
The long list of service available in the tower includes among others: concierge services, fitness center, cafes and restaurants, car wash, high speed internet, flower shop, bike sharing and bike repair station.
Warsaw Spire complex, which the tower is the main part of was designed and built in accordance with ecological requirements of BREEAM Excellent Certificate and has been awarded by Europa Property CEE Investment & Green Building Awards in the category of "Green Building of the Future" and "The best architectural project in Poland 2011". Moreover in September 2016 the Plac Europejski which is a part of the Warsaw Spire office complex gained an award of Association of Polish Urbanists in a Newly created public space category.