Warsaw Spire complex February 2016
|Address||Plac Europejski 1,2,6|
|Architectural||220 metres (720 ft)|
|Roof||180 metres (590 ft)|
|Floor area||129,336 m2 (1,392,160 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Jaspers-Eyers Architects|
|Ghelamco, Jaspers-Eyers, Skyscraper Page, Archiloverz|
The Warsaw Spire is a complex of Neomodern office buildings in Warsaw, Poland constructed by the Belgian real estate developer Ghelamco. It consists of a 220-metre main tower with a hyperboloid glass facade, Warsaw Spire A, and two 55-metre auxiliary buildings, Warsaw Spire B and C. The main tower is the second tallest building in Warsaw and the third highest in Poland.
In December 2014, a large neon sign with the words "Kocham Warszawę" ("I love Warsaw") was placed on the upper floors of the partially constructed main tower. The building was topped out in April 2015. The neon sign was removed in early July 2015 due to progress in façade assembly. A more advanced version of the sign returned permanently to the top of the tower in May 2016, for the opening of the building.
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- ""Kocham Warszawę" - ogromny neon na 35. piętrze Warsaw Spire" (in Polish). Gazeta.pl Warszawa. 2014-12-08. Retrieved 2015-01-18.
- Michał Wojtczuk (2015-04-24). "Wiecha na Warsaw Spire. Wieżowiec zmieści tyle biur, co w całym Lublinie" (in Polish). wyborcza.pl Warszawa. Retrieved 2015-04-25.
- Michał Wojtczuk (2015-07-03). "Neon "Kocham Warszawę" zniknął z wieżowca. Czy powróci?" (in Polish). wyborcza.pl Warszawa. Retrieved 2015-07-03.
- "„Kocham Warszawę" Powraca Na Plac Europejski!" ["I love Warsaw" returns to European Place]. Nowa Warszawa (in Polish). Warsaw. 2016-05-11. Retrieved 2016-05-14.
With the advent of the facade on the building of the tower had to be temporarily removed, but as promised Ghelamco - the developer of investment - I LOVE WARSAW returns only in the new version and will be on the European Square on a permanent basis. The opening of the European Square already on Saturday, May 14.
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