Cosmopolitan Tower is the second highest building in Warsaw. The 160 m high tower comprises 44 levels with residential section starting on the 8th floor. From 1st to 3rd floor there is commercial space, whereas ground floor is designed for shops and restaurants. 3 underground levels hold car parking with 299 spots.
The Cosmopolitan was designed by architect Helmut Jahn, one of the greatest contemporary architects - it is his first project in Poland
Cosmopolitan will please its residents with some unique features:
Over 2,5 m high windows not only allow a lot of natural light into the apartments but also grant one of the best views in Warsaw - panorama includes Palace of Culture and Science and business centre with its office buildings, as well as Saski Park, the Old Town, Żoliborz District, National Stadium and the Vistula river. Unique for the living skyscrapers solutions are the openable windows in each room, as well as bays protruding from the outline of the building body which broaden the residents panorama.
Relaxation zone located on the 4th floor, dedicated exclusively to residents. It consists of fitness club with gym, massage parlour, wet and dry sauna, jacuzzi and club rooms. There is also 950m2 green terrace arranged on the 4th floor, overviewing Grzybowskiego square.
Cosmopolitan skyscraper sits on the corner of Emilii Plater and Twarda steets. It is perfectly central location - within 5 minutes walk Palace of Culture and Science, Central Railway Station and Golden Terraces shopping center can be accessed, as well as business center surrounding ONZ roundabout and Emilii Plater street. Public communication in the area is perfectly developed - metro station and bus stops can are located in the immediate vicinity. The neighborhood provides wide selection of service points, restaurants and cafes, clubs and pubs, theaters and cinemas.