Browary Warszawaskie – Piece by piece restaurants, bars and cafés are opening.

Browary Warszawskie (former beer factory – XIXth Century) by Echo Investment and designed by JEMS Architekci is another huge (1/2 billion PLN) residential, office, and entertainment investment in Warsaw (100 000 m 2 and 4,5 ha). After Koneser, Hala Koszyki, Elektrownia Powiśle or Fabryka Norblina. The complex consists of six new residential buildings, four office buildings, and three restored historic buildings. The opening of Browary Warszawskie is expected for the end of the year.

Since July, restaurants, cafés and bars are opening piece by piece, 30 restaurants, bars, cafés (16 000 m2) are expected to open, improving the already well furnished gastronomic and entertainment offer in Warsaw. List of all places, click here.

One by Robert Lewandowski is a preserved nineteenth-century brew house building that will be converted into a restaurant. In 1300 m2, will be created a modern sophisticated 4 stars restaurant. The lower level will be dedicated to sport with personal elements from Lewandowski, and the highest will be more formal. The opening is expected for October of this year.

In the basement of the complex, you will find a food hall similar to what you can see at Hala Koszyki with cuisines from all over the world: host sushi, steaks, French cuisine and many others…


Among them:

The Villa Schiele – a 16 000 m2 renovated Villa will be occupied by headquarters of WeWork

Offices at Warzelnia and Apartments at Warzelnia

Resi4Rent formula: 450 apartments with the tallest 18-story building

Apartments at Krochmalna (304 apartments) 

Official Website

Browary Warszawskie – Investor: Echo Investment – Project: JEMS Architekci


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