Published at: 2018-11-28 18:00 | Author: Antoni Bohdanowicz
The project is the first large-scale retail scheme to be developed along the river in Warsaw
For many years, it seemed that investors didn’t know what to do with the old building of the Powiśle Powerstation (Elektrownia Powiśle). A series of developers recognized the potential of the structure, but weren’t up to the task of realizing it. Even Hochtief, the last owner, had predicted it would open the refurbished building in 2016, but the project never took off. Today, however, the final shape of the building’s next chapter is finally taking shape in this building that delivered energy to...

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