35 floors above the ground - the Night of Skyscrapers in Warsaw Trade Tower


On September 29th the Night of Skyscrapers returns to the capital of Poland. The owner of Warsaw Trade Tower - Akron Investment Central Eastern Europe II and its asset manager - the Heitman company are opening the 35th floor of the skyscraper for the participants of the event. An additional attraction for visitors will be a meeting with a varsavianist and the possibility of observing Warsaw through binoculars and telescopes. This is the third edition of the event organized by the Nowa Warszawa portal, this time 15 skyscrapers will take part in it.

Night in the clouds. On Saturday, September 29th Warsaw Trade Tower will open to the public the Panorama Room – event space located at an altitude of 136 m above the ground. It is the highest observation deck in the capital with a view on the north-eastern part of Warsaw, including the dynamically developing Wola and the bustling Downtown. Additional attractions await for the participants of the Night of the Skyscrapers - a meeting with a varsavianist, as well as binoculars and telescopes for observing the city. To take part in the event, all you have to do is buy a ticket via or try your hand at the competition organized by the Nowa Warszawa portal. Detailed information is available on the event's website:

A few words about Wola. Wading through the streets of Warsaw, we rarely think about its history and heritage. During the Night of Skyscrapers, WTT visitors will be able to stop for a moment and listen to the stories told by a varsavianist. He will explain to everyone interested the history of places seen from the skyscraper - Wola, Chłodna street, as well as the city center. In order to look more closely at Warsaw, visitors will be able to use binoculars and telescopes. Hidden under the roof of the skyscraper, located 35 floors above the ground, we will become observers of the evening, urban rush, and thanks to the city legends we will take an unforgettable journey in time.

Icon of development and modernity. Warsaw Trade Tower, according to the saying "the example comes from above", became an impulse for the development of Wola. This pre-war Warsaw district from a neglected industrial part of the city is changing into a business and entrepreneurial sphere. Well communicated and modern attracts thousands of employees. Warsaw Trade Tower, a skyscraper that for many years dominated the Warsaw skyline, did not stop in time. Just as it set the trends at the beginning of existence, it still sets them today. In 2015-16 the high-rise underwent modernization and rebranding. According to the concept of employee-wellbeing, its interiors were then adapted to new office standards and the needs of tenants and their employees. The tenants gained a shared dining room and an activity room, furthermore on the 35th floor the event and conference space was created. Numerous cultural events such as concerts, photography and paintings exhibitions take place here. As well as business meetings and those in the field of corporate social responsibility.

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