Varso Tower Warsaw set to become the EU’s tallest building

Varso Tower’s roof topped out at 230m to became the Poland’s tallest structure. After the addition of its 80m, 73 tonne spire it’s set to be the EU’s tallest building.

Warsaw’s new architectural icon is now taller even than the skyscrapers of Frankfurt, Milan and Paris.

The 53-storey, spire-topped office building was designed by the award-winning Foster+Partners and is owned by HB Reavis.

Expected to complete in 2022, Varso Tower will have an inspirational lobby whose 10-metre high walls will be covered with a handmade ceramic mosaic.

Panoramic lifts travelling at 8 m/s will then lead up to two public rooftop terraces among the highest in Europe, looking down on the Warsaw skyline from 205m and 230m.

A panoramic restaurant will also stretch across floors 46-48.

Varso Tower is the final building of the mixed-use Varso Place development, featuring offices, a hotel, innovation hub and retail spaces in downtown Warsaw.

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