The innovative project of Immobel Poland, previously known under the name CBD ONE, should be ready to use in 2020. It is known that it will be 86 metres high and 21 floors will accommodate 18,000 square metres of office space and 1,400 metres of commercial surface. The skyscraper will be provided with a parking site, which is going to be located over the tunnel of the first line of the Warsaw underground. The parking area will be on the level of 13.5 m above the ground.
Building was designed in steel
The building will be set on diaphragm walls and barrettes, with the use of the so-called deep foundation system. Diaphragm walls, which will be manufactured by Warbud by 31 August 2018, will reach almost 39 metres down to the ground. The building will be characterised by a system of girders derived from bridge technology and climate ceilings, i.e. heating and cooling ceilings that guarantee high user comfort. The structure of the building was designed in steel, whereas the floors will be supported by special flexible connections.
The advantage of the office building is its’ location in the business centre of Warsaw, at the corner of Marszałkowska and Świętokrzyska Streets, at the intersection of two underground lines, which guarantees easy access to any place in the capital. The building will be located in the vicinity of several restaurants, fitness clubs, hotels and cinemas; furthermore, it will adjoin many historical buildings - the Palace of Culture and Science and the PASTA building.
Central Point was designed in Kazimierski and Ryba design office and in the Parisian office of Arquitectonica. French architects are the authors of the building façade; they are also working on the functionality of the lobby zone. The design of the building encompasses two terraces - on the fourth and on the seventh floor, whereas the top floor will be provided with a mezzanine. One should also pay attention to six high-speed lifts which are aimed at facilitating transport and a fully glazed façade, which will allow for constant access of daylight.
Building visualisations are very impressive. Soon, residents of Warsaw will have yet another building to be proud of, located in the very heart of the city.