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Generation Park Y reaches highest point

Nathan North 06 May 2020

Nathan North

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Nathan is responsible for the English section of the magazine. Nathan was born in Manchester in the UK and completed a master’s degree in philosophy at the University of London. As well being responsible for editing the English section of ‘Eurobuild CEE’ magazine, he also contributes news from around Central Europe and articles on the investment and industrial markets and on architecture. In his free time he likes playing piano, drawing and cooking.

Generation Park Y reaches highest point
At 140m, Generation Park Y is Skanska's tallest in the CEE region

POLAND Construction work has been completed on the structure of Generation Park Y in Warsaw, which forms part of Skanska’s Generation Park complex in the city’s Wola-Centrum district.

At 140m in height it is the developer’s tallest building in the CEE region. It also possesses a range of environmental features, such as anti-smog concrete, a green lobby wall, a green terrace on the 35th floor and beehives on the roof. There will also be a tree-lined square in front of the complex. Skanska is applying for a Well Core & Shell, LEED ‘Platinum’ and Buildings without Barriers certificates for the project, which should be completed in Q1 2021.

Generation Park Y will contain 47,000 sqm gla on 37 above-ground storeys. It will also have four underground levels, in which there will be spaces for 187 bicycles and parking for 325 motor vehicles – each fitted with electric car charging sockets.

“An important unique feature will certainly be the lively green wall measuring 330 sqm, which will attract the attention of everyone entering the building. Thanks to the glass façade, the wall can also be admired from the outside. On the 35th floor, at a height of 127m above street level, there will be a green terrace overlooking the city centre of Warsaw, which will be a great place to hold meetings, company events and sporting activities such as yoga or fitness training,” points out Rafał Stoparczyk, a project director in Skanska’s office division.

The building will also be installed with the Connected by Skanska entry system to provide access through virtual guest passes, as well as an intelligent parking system with licence plate recognition that can show the availability of spaces and allocate them to vehicles.

The office tower will complete the three-building Generation Park complex (comprising Generation Park X, Y and Z) and bring its total area up to 88,000 sqm gla. Skanska S.A. is the general contractor, while Jems Architekci is responsible for the architectural design.

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