(Warsaw) – Hines, the international real estate company, is pleased to announce that an occupancy permit has been obtained for the Graffit office building in Warsaw. The facility was constructed at 28 Domaniewska Street, near the Wilanowska metro station, and offers approx. 18,500 square meters of leasable area.
The seven-story building, with an elegant shape and a glazed façade, stands out owing to the area of a typical floor, which is as large as 2,600 square meters. The design provides for a three-level underground car park for 360 vehicles, as well as complete infrastructure for cyclists including stands, changing rooms and showers. The exceptional look of the building is enhanced by unique murals in the lobby, which is accessible to the general public, and at the lifts. The murals were made by recognized Polish artists, Daniel “Chazme” Kalinowski and Robert Proch.
‘We are truly proud that Graffit has been delivered smoothly and before schedule. We have implemented all the available state-of-the-art solutions with the comfort of future users in mind. We truly believe that the tenants will enjoy an ideal working environment,’ said Edyta Pazderska, project manager at WARBUD S.A.WARBUD S.A.
Graffit complies with the highest standards of sustainable construction, and has been awarded the BREEAM Interim “Excellent” sustainability certificate. In the certification process, the facility received the highest rating in the category “transport”. As it is in the business part of Mokotów, close to major thoroughfares, commuters have a choice of several routes by car. Employees of the companies located in the Graffit office complex also can use all available forms of public transport; bus, tram and metro alike. The building’s strengths include the use of eco-friendly materials and deployment of optimal solutions as regards reduced energy and water consumption, waste management, as well as facility management.
‘Graffit and its surroundings, characterized by a balance of office, commercial and residential functions, are a perfect fit when it comes to the development trends for modern business areas. In the construction process, we have also taken care of the quality of public space such as green areas and landscaping elements in front of the building, and the unique artistic design,’ commented Marcin Ratajski, project manager at Hines Polska.
The architectural design of the Graffit office building was made by the Polish branch of the London design practice Rolfe Judd. WARBUD S.A. was the general contractor of Graffit.