VARSO TOWER IN WARSAW THE TALLEST BUILDING IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
Three hundred and ten meters above Warsaw rises the skyscraper Varso Tower completed by the architectural office Foster + Partners and is now the tallest building in the European Union. It is located in the city center next to Central Station and is part of the three-skyscraper development of the Varso Place business hub. As reported by APE-MPE, it consists of three volumes, one on top of the other, reaching 230 meters and at the top it has an 80 meter high spiky crown. The 53-story skyscraper has 70,000 square meters of office space for HB Reavis, Polish and international companies, as well as a number of start-ups.
On the ground floor, a public plaza connects the building to its neighbors, leading visitors to shops and restaurants. In the center of the square, an “urban room” as a transitional space between public and private spaces, with trees between benches that offer the possibility of rest. The public spaces continue on the higher levels with a bar and restaurant occupying the 46th, 47th and 48th floors. Above them, a landscaped terrace bar in which 16 trees have been planted, making it the city’s highest garden (https://www.instagram.com/p/CkLfTSOttF5/ ).