HB Reavis is launching a new office investment in an extremely advantageous location. It will be the company’s second downtown location after Varso. At 14 Burakowska Street, in the vicinity of the Arkadia shopping center and the Zgrupowania AK “Radosław” roundabout, an office complex with a total area of 78,000 sqm will be built. sq m
The new HB Reavis investment will be the Forest office campus. It will be built at 14 Burakowskie Street, i.e. on the border of Warsaw’s Śródmieście, Wola and Żoliborz districts. The main point of the complex will be a 120-metre skyscraper. Two more buildings will be built in its vicinity – six- and eight-story. Green areas with the area of two football fields will be created between the office buildings.
As we read in the announcement, the name of the campus – referring to the atmosphere of the forest – emphasizes the large amount of greenery and places conducive to rest. The area between the buildings will be open to pedestrians. There will be a patio planted with mature trees and shrubs, with a pond that can turn into an ice rink in winter, as well as a place for exhibition and catering pavilions. The buildings will also be distinguished by spacious balconies, loggias and roof terraces. They are planned for mini-greenhouses for growing vegetables or herbs, special shelters for birds and insects, as well as a gym and an outdoor treadmill. The whole development seen from above will resemble the letter C. There will be a total of about 78,000 sq m. of space for rent, in addition to offices – also restaurants, cafes and service premises on the ground floors.
As the example of the nearby Gdański Business Center shows, the northern outskirts of the center of Warsaw attract more and more companies that appreciate easy access to public transport and the atmosphere of the area, which differs from typical office districts. Forest, designed by the HRA Architekci studio, will serve both large and smaller companies. The first will benefit from from one of the largest office spaces in Warsaw on one floor. In turn, young entrepreneurs will appreciate the large co-working space and the less formal atmosphere of the campus with a rich gastronomic offer, where life will also go on after 5 pm.
Future Forest users will benefit from trams and buses stopping near the Arkadia shopping center. A walk to the Dworzec Gdański metro station will take 10 minutes, and even less to the Warszawa Powązki railway stop, from where you will soon be able to take a train towards the Chopin Airport or the right-bank districts of Warsaw. The buildings will also house a bicycle parking lot for nearly 250 two-wheelers.