May 9, 2019
Epstein is serving as the architect of record for design architect, Arquitectonica, on the design of Liberty Tower, a 41-story high-rise mixed-use development located in Warsaw's Wola district. This 54,000 square meter (581,000 square feet) project is being developed by Golub GetHouse and features residential rental apartments as well as a hotel.
A 140-meter (460 feet) tall tower will include a cascading roof with a 9-floor podium that will house the hotel and under which will provide space for an underground garage accessible to residents and hotel guests. Liberty Tower will provide nearly 500 rental apartments and feature amenities like a fitness and spa area, a conference center, a communal kitchen, and the roof of the tower podium will be landscaped and include a swimming pool.
The four-star Hotel, which is being designed to Radisson Red standards, has been planned to have 267 rooms, and will also include amenities like a restaurant, full-service kitchen and fitness room. Its interiors will include its own conference center, fitness area, restaurant, lobby bar and dedicated meeting areas.
The construction of Liberty Tower is scheduled to start in the 2nd quarter of 2020 and is scheduled to open in the 3rd quarter of 2023.
Cezary JarzÄbek, Founder and CEO of Golub GetHouse, said: Liberty Tower will be a perfect combination of the highest quality architecture, functional solutions and modern technologies. While preparing this investment, we drew on the best practices from the American market, where we have been developing buildings offering apartments for rent for over 55 years.
The Liberty Tower development will also include the renovation of historic buildings. The Tower will be erected in the immediate vicinity of a plot of land with historic fragments of the walls and gate of the Warsaw Ghetto together with the Duschiks house, which is a remnant of the Duschik & Scholze Ironware Factory, established in 1875. All historic elements will be restored and integrated into the new character of the development. As part of the project, a thorough revitalization of the Duschiks House and reconstruction of the 7-floor tenement house will be carried out. The tenement house will be reconstructed while maintaining the former character of the building. The construction for this component will be completed in close cooperation with the Voivodeship Monuments Conservation Office in Warsaw.