Employees from various companies in the PKO Bank Polski Group are beginning the process of moving to the new office, which is named PKO Centrum and is located at 36 Swietokrzyska Street, in the very center of Warsaw. The first company to start work in the new office will be PKO Leasing. Then, gradually over several months, employees from other companies and the bank's headquarters from several Warsaw locations will be transferred to the new workplace. The purpose of this relocation process is to optimize the use of space by the bank and the companies and to adapt it to the changing needs of employees and the organization as a whole. In line with the hybrid work model, the Group's new headquarters will include 2,200 workstations.
PKO Bank Polski will be the sole tenant of the building, which has an area of about 35,000 square meters and consists of two parts. The higher part, or tower, is 155 meters high and has 40 floors above ground, while the lower part has 9 floors above ground. Various amenities are being built inside the building, such as a conference center and meeting areas for employees. Nevertheless, the office at Chmielna 89 will remain the second location of the bank's headquarters in Warsaw.
The project was developed by Polski Holding Nieruchomości and is located at 36 Świętokrzyska Street, in the very center of Warsaw. The location offers excellent access to public transportation. What's more, this building is one of the first to have a direct underground connection to the Rondo ONZ subway station.
The building has received the prestigious BREEAM certificate at the highest level of Outstanding, confirming that it is ecological and sustainable, i.e. has a limited impact on the environment.