The construction of the Sinfonia Warszawa was supposed to begin at the beginning of 2020, but after more than 1 year delay the project will finally start (beginning of the construction’s date not set for the moment).
The project could cost more than PLN 630 million. Rafał Trzaskowski the Warsaw President signed the permit for the construction on April 2019 and today, the city of Warsaw announced the next step: the call for tenders to build the project, followed by the beginning of the construction.
Located at Ul. Grochowska 272, Sinfonia Varsovia will be a complex of several concert halls, the main one will be the largest in Poland and could welcome 1,850 people. The complex will also include rehearsal rooms, recording studio, conference room and rooms for educational activities and will include spaces for cafés, restaurants, a music bookshop, a garden connected to the municipal park, and a rooftop garden.
The City of Warsaw on Facebook:
“Music calms people, and we have completed work on the new headquarters of Sinfonia Varsovia. It’s one of the flagship projects of the #ProgramRevitalization, and soon the next stages will begin: public offering and the beginning of the construction.“