Warszawa Główna, Warsaw
Warszawa Główna is a 10-hectare mixed-use regeneration masterplan, which will deliver a new city quarter for one of the most prominent sites in western Warsaw. Based around the Warszawa Główna railway station, which was Warsaw’s main rail hub connecting to the west until its closure in 1975, the scheme will see the station’s redevelopment as a new transport hub, within a major mixed-use scheme including retail, office, residential and leisure space.
The 10-year masterplan seeks to restore the urban fabric of Glowna and recapture the site’s sense of history but also bring something new, modern and vibrant. It will become a destination in its own right and a catalyst for further improvements in the area.
The initial mix of uses envisages approximately 74,000m² let-able retail space, two 140m high office towers providing 80,000m² of office space and 27,000m² of residential units.
Broadway Malyan's scope ranges from preparation of the overall site masterplan to participation in the preparation of the Local City Plan, leading on to the design of buildings within the scheme.
Client: Immofinanz / PKP
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Size: 10 hectares
Skills: Masterplanning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture