Złota 44

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Złota 44
2014-02-21 Libeskind’s Złota 44 in Warsaw.jpg
View from the observation deck of the Palace of Culture and Science
General information
Status Topped-out
Type Residential
Architectural style Deconstructivism
Location Warsaw, Poland
Address Złota 44
Coordinates 52°13′52″N 21°00′09″E / 52.23111°N 21.00250°E / 52.23111; 21.00250Coordinates: 52°13′52″N 21°00′09″E / 52.23111°N 21.00250°E / 52.23111; 21.00250
Construction started 2008
Completed 2016 (projected)
Roof 192 m (630 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 55+2
Floor area 79,000 m2 (850,000 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Daniel Libeskind
Developer Amstar – BBI Development
Other information
Number of suites 266

Złota 44 is a residential skyscraper (192 meters high, 52 stories) under construction in central Warsaw, Poland. It was designed by Polish-born American architect Daniel Libeskind. Once completed, it will become the tallest pure residential tower in the European Union and the third tallest skyscraper in Warsaw.[1] The building was originally developed by Orco Property Group and was sold to Amstar and BBI Development in August 2014 for 63 million EUR.[2] Amstar and BBI will finish the project and deliver 266 luxury units to the market.[3]

Złota 44 has a prime, city centre location in downtown Warsaw and is directly adjacent to the city's premier retail offerings, office buildings and fine dining restaurants. The prime residential tower offers residents elegant and open living spaces with panoramic views of the city. Its unparalleled five-star amenities will include a state-of-the-art fitness centre, 25-metre swimming pool, private cinema, business centre, wine cellar and 24-hour concierge services.[4]

The name Złota 44 comes from the building's pre-war address, which was completely destroyed during World War II. Złota means "Gold" in Polish and the number 44 has a special connotation in Poland, representing the Warsaw uprising in 1944.

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  1. ^ "Złota 44 – Now the tallest in Europe!". 1 November 2012. Retrieved 2014-11-10. 
  2. ^ "Developer Orco sells Warsaw project for EUR 63 mln". 27 August 2014. Retrieved 2014-10-07. 
  3. ^ "New life for Złota 44". 28 August 2014. Retrieved 2014-10-07. 
  4. ^ "REurope 107". 10 November 2014. Retrieved 2014-11-12. 

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