Towarowa 22, the supermassive investment next to Rondo Daszyńskiego update.

Towarowa 22 (by Echo Investment and designed by the famous Danish architect Bjarke Ingels) will be a complex of buildings implemented by a 2 hectares green public park for a total of 230,000 m2. The main part of the complex will be dedicated to trade and services. Offices will represent 25%, apartments 15%, and hotels 10%.

Pre-war streets will be recreated, Ul. Wronia, Ul. Sienna and pedestrian communications will be optimized with the creation of a loop circulation connected to the Wola Museum in order to bring back life in the financial district.

Towarowa 22 will be built on the site of the Jupiter shopping center built after the war. However, before WWII, Towarowa 22 was a square “Kazimierz Wielki Square” and the former site of a market hall. Built in 1910 between Pańska, Wronia, Srebrna and Miedziana Streets in the place of parceled gardens.

Andrzej Jeżewski, Warszawa na starej fotografii, Wydawnictwo Artystyczno-Graficzne, Warszawa 1960, p. 30 – Wikimedia

The estimated cost of the investment is between 800 million – 1 billion PLN. The project will be implemented in a joint venture formula established by Echo Investment and EPP. Still in development, with all the legal parties, authorities, investors, architects…

The size of the streets, the size of the project, the number of offices the size of the streets, the architecture, the spaces dedicated to the offices, materials to only mention them, are still under discussion. Last week, the merchants received the information that the place will be dismantled, giving them a deadline to find a new place, February 2022.

Visual: Investor’s Press material

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