Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Maja Bromska
Tenants looking west from the Rondo 1 office building may soon enjoy a view of something more attractive than the infamous residential block from JW Construction. Spanish developer Pro Urba has proposed yet another high-rise project for Warsaw, this time including a slim tower of changing colors due in 2012.

The metro station planned for the intersection of Towarowa and Prosta Streets in Warsaw’s Wola district will be one of the key advantages for those working and living in the area, and also a big draw for a new high-rise project coming from developer Pro Urba. With Kaleidoscope, the Spanish developer has designed a 36-meter office complex for the location, with 23 storeys, along with a 170-m...

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