Plac Unii is an entirely new building on the commercial map of Warsaw, which perfectly blends in the existing tissue of the city in its very heart. At the place where the first Polish supermarket was built, we are creating a modern shopping centre with a wide range of shops, a Supersam supermarket, cafes and restaurants, that will appeal to the leisure taste of even the most demanding customers.
Plac Unii City Shopping is a stylish and unique shopping centre: each visit submerges you in latest trends of every aspect of metropolitan life. Thanks to the direct proximity of the office part, the world of business interacts here with the time of relaxation. Three storeys with a total area of 15,500 sqm host dozens of top-brand shops offering clothing, footwear and accessories. Some boutiques will open in Warsaw for the first time ever.
Key tenants: ING Group companies – ING Bank Slaski, ING Lesse, ING Securities (ZARA, Massimo Dutti, Bank ING, Cubus, and Deni Cler).
Cafes, restaurants: Get Green, Piazza Ristorante, A.Blikle, CAVA, COSTA, COFFEHAVEN, Cukernia Sowa, Salad Story, SubWay, SUSHI STUDIO, Thai Wok, Wiking.
Plac Unii arises at the junction of the bustling city centre and the cosmopolitan district of Mokotow, in one of the most prestigious areas of the capital. Here Marszałkowska and Pulawska meet - two streets, forming the communication backbone of Warsaw.
Plac Unii is easily accessible by all means of transportation. Numerous tram and bus lines and a nearby underground line ensure a perfect connection to every place in Warsaw. Getting to the heart of the Centre in the region of the Central Railway Station takes only 5 minutes and to reach the Frederic Chopin Airport just a quarter of an hour.
Plac Unii City Shopping is also worth a visit for its outstanding architecture. The shops and service points are located along spacious, bright arcades enclosed by a glass roof of an area exceeding 2,000 sqm. Black and white façade attracts the attention of all passer-bys in the neighbourhood of Plac Unii Lubelskiej.
Union Square consists of three buildings (A, B, C) separated by passages of the covered glass roof with an area of more than 2 000 m². The tallest building is the 90-meter tower. The underground (parking and technical rooms) occupies floors from -2 to -4, trade and service area: stories from -1 to +1, while part of the office: stories from two to 21. Each building has an independent system of vertical communication.
Basement elevations Union Square are full of fragments of walls covered with polished black granite with milled pattern reminiscent of the shape of the complex as seen from the air. In turn, part of the Office system is characterized by alternating wide and narrow windows. Elevations of this part of the Union Square has been made clear material formed by the merger of ground marble with glass at 15 000 * C. Architects designed the three entrances to the shopping section. The offices benefit, among others, separate entrance from the street Waryńskiego lobby and reception hall windowym.