The Mennica Legacy Tower high-rise, located at the junction of Prosta and Żelazna streets in Warsaw’s Wola district, has obtained a valid occupancy permit. The main tenant, mBank, is set to move into the 140-metre-tall building as early as November. Elegant and timeless architecture is one of the key distinguishing features of Mennica Legacy Tower, a joint project of Golub GetHouse and Mennica Polska S.A. The true symbol of the 140-metre-tall tower that has just been delivered is the completely glazed 12-metre-tall lobby with a 9-metre-tall water wall located just behind the main reception desk. The prestige of this space is enhanced by the use of natural materials of the highest quality. The lobby of Mennica Legacy Tower is lined with Rosso Verona Dark Italian marble and the floors are made with Shivakashi Indian granite. Travertino Romano can be seen on the walls of the building’s core, in the entrances and elevator lobbies. It is continued on the tenant floors….
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