A unique class A+ office building in the heart of Warsaw next to the Trzech Krzyzy Square with the most modern building management systems.
The building offers full flexibility in arranging the space (owing to pre-stressed slabs there are no columns which limit space arrangement). Technical floors allow for individually designed distribution of structural cabling and power supply. Each floor has its separate ventilation and air-conditioning system. The fasade is covered with two different types of sandstone of varying texture in order to blend with surrounding historical buildings. The lobby includes genuine architectural features from the Censorship Office of the communist era which previously stood in this exact location.
Liberty Corner is comprised of two independent above-ground components:
- leasable office of 5,650 m2 that was fully rented until 2005 when the building was sold by Von der Heyden Group
- headquarters of the Polish Press Agency (PAP) of 2,500 m2 where PAP stays until today
Originally, Von der Heyden Group and PAP founded a joint venture partnership, whereas PAP contributed its real estate of 1,467 m2 and Von der Heyden Group secured the finance for the project. Both class A+ office buildings share an underground car park for 75 parking spaces.
Von der Heyden Group leased Liberty Corner to prestigious tenants such as: the Embassy of Ireland, Ivex – Spanish government owned trade promotions agency, Deutsche Bank, Knight Frank, Kolaja & Partners, Jaime Mascaro, Dalkia, Spencer Stuart. The building served as the headquarters of Von der Heyden Group as well until 2013.
In the close vicinity of Liberty Corner one can find the Warsaw Stock Exchange, the Sheraton Hotel, international embassies, ministries and other governmental institutions.
In November 2005, Liberty Corner was sold to GLL – managed Fund – the Luxembourg based Accession Fund SICAV.