Mennica Legacy Tower

Mennica Legacy Tower stands for exceptional architecture, state-of-the-art technology, functionality, and top-quality finishing materials. It is a complex that sets a completely new benchmark for top-class office buildings across Europe. Mennica Legacy Tower is carried out by Golub GetHouse and Mennica Polska SA in Warsaw’s Wola district. The complex of 65,630 m2 consists of the 140-metre-high Tower and the 43-metre-high Western Building. The project was designed by the renowned Chicago-based architecture firm Goettsch Partners, which decided to work with the design consultants Epstein. Mennica Legacy Tower has much more to offer than office space. The aim that guided the investors from the very beginning when designing Mennica Legacy Tower was to integrate the complex into the urban space and accentuate its city-forming character. This is perfectly evidenced by the development of the urban passage in front of and between the buildings of the complex, including the planted trees.
Name of project Mennica Legacy Tower
Country and City Poland, Warsaw
Location The intersection of Prosta and Żelazna streets in Warsaw’s Wola district (Central Business District)
Date of completion Autumn 2020
Name(s) of investor(s) Golub GetHouse and Mennica Polska S.A.
Developer Golub GetHouse
Total area (SQM) 115587
Useable Area (SQM) 84784
Office Area (SQM) 65963
Cubic volume 483877
Height The complex consists of the 140-metre-high Tower and the 43-metre-high Western Building.
Number of above-ground floors 34
Number of underground floors 4
Number of lifts 30
Standard (class A, class B) Mennica Legacy Tower is a Class A+ high-rise office project
Number of parking spaces (per sqm office space) 620 parking spaces
BREEAM/LEED/sustainability certification Mennica Legacy Tower (MLT) received the highest distinction in the process of certification of pro-environmental solutions, becoming the first skyscraper in Poland to receive the international BREEAM 2013 New Construction certificate at the Outstanding level. The design of MLT was awarded with a nomination in the international BREEAM Awards 2018 competition. MLT won also in the best green design category for 2016 in the Green Building Awards organized by the Polish Green Building Council.
Architect Mennica Legacy Tower was designed by the renowned Chicago-based architectural studio Goettsch Partners, with Epstein acting as the studio’s local architectural partner.
Construction company Warbud S.A.
Property Management Company Golub GetHouse
Leasing Agency -
Occupancy rate The office part of Mennica Legacy Tower was fully commercialized even before the completion of construction.
Main tenants Mennica Legacy Tower has been appreciated by brands that are leaders in their industries. WeWork became the exclusive tenant of the Western Building, and mBank leased 45,600 m2 of the Tower. At the time of signing that agreement, in 2019, it was the largest transaction in the history of the Polish office market. The offer of the complex is made even more attractive by retail and service spaces, which will be developed by the Meet & Eat restaurant concept and Zdrofit fitness club, among others.
Source of project financing Consortium of three banks: mBank S.A., Santander Bank Polska S.A. and Bank Ochrony Środowiska S.A.
Functionality During the designing of the office space of building, aspects contributing to the comfort of future employees were put first. The use of modern building materials and state-of-the-art achievements in technology allowed for the introduction of amenities meeting the needs of the most demanding tenants
The technical systems and innovations to improve office working conditions/comfort - Large column free floorplates with most flexibility for a multitude of office tenants
- High-performance triple-glazed façade with operable panels for access to fresh air
- Electrically operated roller shades at typical office floors
- Mobile building app. for use on cell phones.
Technical innovations The building core is designed as efficient as possible incorporating the latest building technologies. The project includes e.g.: - High performance triple glazed façade with operable vents at office floors - Advanced BMS - Mobile building app - Energy-saving and environmentally friendly solutions
Short information about the Project Mennica Legacy Tower stands for exceptional architecture, state-of-the-art technology, functionality, and top-quality finishing materials. It is a complex that sets a completely new benchmark for top-class office buildings across Europe. Mennica Legacy Tower is carried out by Golub GetHouse and Mennica Polska SA in Warsaw’s Wola district. The complex of 65,630 m2 consists of the 140-metre-high Tower and the 43-metre-high Western Building. The project was designed by the renowned Chicago-based architecture firm Goettsch Partners, which decided to work with the design consultants Epstein. Mennica Legacy Tower has much more to offer than office space. The aim that guided the investors from the very beginning when designing Mennica Legacy Tower was to integrate the complex into the urban space and accentuate its city-forming character. This is perfectly evidenced by the development of the urban passage in front of and between the buildings of the complex, including the planted trees.
Facility's website http://mennicalegacytower.pl/
Name of project
Mennica Legacy Tower
Country and City
Poland, Warsaw
Location
The intersection of Prosta and Żelazna streets in Warsaw’s Wola district (Central Business District)
Date of completion
Autumn 2020
Name(s) of investor(s)
Golub GetHouse and Mennica Polska S.A.
Developer
Golub GetHouse
Total area (SQM)
115587
Useable Area (SQM)
84784
Office Area (SQM)
65963
Cubic volume
483877
Height
The complex consists of the 140-metre-high Tower and the 43-metre-high Western Building.
Number of above-ground floors
34
Number of underground floors
4
Number of lifts
30
Standard (class A, class B)
Mennica Legacy Tower is a Class A+ high-rise office project
Number of parking spaces (per sqm office space)
620 parking spaces
BREEAM/LEED/sustainability certification
Mennica Legacy Tower (MLT) received the highest distinction in the process of certification of pro-environmental solutions, becoming the first skyscraper in Poland to receive the international BREEAM 2013 New Construction certificate at the Outstanding level. The design of MLT was awarded with a nomination in the international BREEAM Awards 2018 competition. MLT won also in the best green design category for 2016 in the Green Building Awards organized by the Polish Green Building Council.
Architect
Mennica Legacy Tower was designed by the renowned Chicago-based architectural studio Goettsch Partners, with Epstein acting as the studio’s local architectural partner.
Construction company
Warbud S.A.
Property Management Company
Golub GetHouse
Leasing Agency
-
Occupancy rate
The office part of Mennica Legacy Tower was fully commercialized even before the completion of construction.
Main tenants
Mennica Legacy Tower has been appreciated by brands that are leaders in their industries. WeWork became the exclusive tenant of the Western Building, and mBank leased 45,600 m2 of the Tower. At the time of signing that agreement, in 2019, it was the largest transaction in the history of the Polish office market. The offer of the complex is made even more attractive by retail and service spaces, which will be developed by the Meet & Eat restaurant concept and Zdrofit fitness club, among others.
Source of project financing
Consortium of three banks: mBank S.A., Santander Bank Polska S.A. and Bank Ochrony Środowiska S.A.
Functionality
During the designing of the office space of building, aspects contributing to the comfort of future employees were put first. The use of modern building materials and state-of-the-art achievements in technology allowed for the introduction of amenities meeting the needs of the most demanding tenants
The technical systems and innovations to improve office working conditions/comfort
- Large column free floorplates with most flexibility for a multitude of office tenants
- High-performance triple-glazed façade with operable panels for access to fresh air
- Electrically operated roller shades at typical office floors
- Mobile building app. for use on cell phones.
Technical innovations
The building core is designed as efficient as possible incorporating the latest building technologies. The project includes e.g.: - High performance triple glazed façade with operable vents at office floors - Advanced BMS - Mobile building app - Energy-saving and environmentally friendly solutions
Short information about the Project
Mennica Legacy Tower stands for exceptional architecture, state-of-the-art technology, functionality, and top-quality finishing materials. It is a complex that sets a completely new benchmark for top-class office buildings across Europe. Mennica Legacy Tower is carried out by Golub GetHouse and Mennica Polska SA in Warsaw’s Wola district. The complex of 65,630 m2 consists of the 140-metre-high Tower and the 43-metre-high Western Building. The project was designed by the renowned Chicago-based architecture firm Goettsch Partners, which decided to work with the design consultants Epstein. Mennica Legacy Tower has much more to offer than office space. The aim that guided the investors from the very beginning when designing Mennica Legacy Tower was to integrate the complex into the urban space and accentuate its city-forming character. This is perfectly evidenced by the development of the urban passage in front of and between the buildings of the complex, including the planted trees.
Facility's website
http://mennicalegacytower.pl/