The coworking centre is located in Park Rozwoju – a modern office complex at ul. Konstruktorska 12 in Służewiec, which lies within the business district of Mokotów in Warsaw. The complex, consisting of two seven-storey buildings, includes a canteen, a café, a supermarket, a drugstore and a fitness club, among others. Changing rooms and showers are also available for cyclists. Each of the buildings has an internal courtyard full of greenery with areas for rest and recreation. Tenants have 740 parking spaces at their disposal. The complex has been awarded a BREEAM certificate at the ‘Excellent’ level.
CitySpace in Park Rozwoju consists of 19 offices, 3 meeting rooms and 149 workstations.
Tenants have 24/7 access to the fully equipped offices. A reception service is provided (for the handling of letters and parcels), along with concierge support and the CitySpace management service. High-speed internet is also provided as well as access to high-quality printers and a kitchen with unlimited coffee, tea and water. The offices are cleaned daily. Tenants can also take advantage of the 10 pct discount on the use of the meeting rooms.
In the close vicinity of the building, there are two tram terminals, a bus depot and the Służewiec railway station, where both SKM and Koleje Mazowieckie trains stop. Its location at the very end of ul. Konstruktorska also allows efficient access by car directly from ul. Woronicza.
The city of Warsaw is the most firmly established location for co-working spaces in Poland. It offers a large range of office spaces, from small, locally-owned co-working centres, to large global brands such as WeWork, Regus, Spaces, Business Link, Mindspace and many others.
It is also one of the largest hubs for IT professionals in Europe, and an increasingly important destination for tech companies, both international and domestic. Warsaw is home to many large multinational corporations, as well as rapidly growing start-ups and many small and medium-sized companies.
The Polish capital has a well-developed public transit system. It offers numerous connections within the city (subway, tram, bus, public bikes and electric scooters) and good connections within Poland through suburban and long-distance trains via the Warsaw Central Railway Station. International travel is also convenient thanks to the proximity of the Frederic Chopin Airport, located just a 20-minute light-rail ride from central Warsaw.
The centre of town is a bustling, lively and exciting area, with the main transportation hub at the crossing of the Świętokrzyska and Marszałkowska streets, where the city’s two subway lines intersect, as well as the historic Old Town with beautiful tenement houses, the Royal Castle and charming spots throughout.
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After touring many properties across London, we couldn’t be happier with this space which will allow our team to further grow, with the Workthere and BE.Spoke teams helping us lay the foundations for an inspiring and functional space, reflecting the Monday culture and values, with plenty of amenities in the area nearby.