Złota 44 is a mainly residential skyscraper (192 meters high, 54 storeys) under construction in central Warsaw, Poland. It was designed by the Polish-born American architect Daniel Libeskind in association with Polish architects Artchitecture. It is developed by Orco Property Group. Construction began in the 4th quarter of 2007 following the dismantling of the building that previously occupied the site. Due to financial problems of the developer and problems with permits, construction was put on hold in 2009, but resumed in January 2011. On March 2011 the building has reached the 20th floor and on February 3, 2012 the building was topped out.
The name comes from the building's pre-war address (completely destroyed by Nazi Germans during the WWII) - Złota ("Golden") Street. It is next to the Palace of Culture and Science, the tallest building in Poland (237 m) and Złote Tarasy. When completed, Zlota 44 will be Warsaw's third tallest skyscraper.
Investor (together with a group - Orco Property Group) with effect from 2 December 2013, closed structure completely, not letting the general contractor company Inso. or managerial staff. According to. Polish Virtual informant (person working in the construction) sent a letter to the general contractor, the Orco Property Group terminates his contract and further arrangements will be passed in writing.
The investor has to have problems with the sale of the premises. Therefore, getting ready to close the construction phase of the plan to give the building to use (without finishing all units, including apartments).