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WARSAW , Poland

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Liberty Tower is a new project assuming construction of the building offering modern office spaces for rent. Offices of the class and enable the any arrangement of the space, according to requirements of the Customer. The division of the floor will be possible both in the arrangement „ open space ”, as well as with the division into surgeries. The eastern and west facade doubly will be glazed what will enable the excellent airing of rooms. The building will be equipped into all predicted conveniences for buildings of this class. Also rebuilding a historic tenement which constitutes the part of the history of prewar Warsaw is being planned.
http://www.cwoffice.pl

Liberty Tower
(approved, probably the final project)

Function - Office tower
Height - 130-140m (37 floors)
Desgin - APA Kuryłowicz & Associates/Costas Kondylis (NYC)
Investor - Liberty Development
Planned End Of Costruction - 2015
Map - http://goo.gl/maps/rLJu






Location : http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=90841
 

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The project improved from a casual office to a really nice tower with an innovative design. Well done!
 

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http://www.wbj.pl/realestatenews-59529-construction-on-liberty-tower-set-for-august-launch.html

Construction on Liberty Tower set for August launch
18th June 2012

Along with the new Warsaw skyscraper, Liberty Development plans to revitalize a key historical area



Liberty Development hopes to begin construction on its Liberty Tower in August this year after receiving a series of building permits.

Located adjacent to ul. Grzybowska and ul. Żelazna within Warsaw’s Central Business District, the project includes a 26-floor, 140-meter-tall office skyscraper, two low-rise office buildings and the additional reconstruction of pre-war historical monuments in the surrounding area.

“These historical buildings constitute a priceless monument documenting the history of Warsaw and its Jewish community,” said Max Ebenstein, CEO of Liberty Development Poland.
The area is known as one of the 19 former gates to the Warsaw ghetto and has been listed as a historical monument by the Mazowieckie voivodship.

“In collaboration with a local architectural studio specializing in reconstruction and revitalization of historical monuments, we have developed a conceptual design for the full revitalization of the Żelazna buildings,” Mr Ebenstein said.

The design of the Liberty Tower was made by the Kuryłowicz and Associates studio. Earlier plans to build a residential building designed by New York-based firm Costas Kondylis were dropped.
The company hopes to start underground construction this August with the completion of the entire complex expected in August 2014.

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