Marynarska Business Park consists of four buildings, three of which are interconnected and the fourth is a tower building. Connecting these buildings in an L-shape resulted in a record-size single floor space of up to 3,800 m2. The complex has been developed around green open areas with a central fountain. The development is extremely well served by Warsaw's trams, buses and a railway station, all within walking distance. They provide quick and easy access to the city centre and Fryderyk Chopin Airport, both less than a 10-minute drive. The nearby railway station connects with both the southern suburbs of Warsaw and the city centre. Marynarska's tenants include Netia, Play, Ford Bank, Reader's Digest and Schering Plough. Maryanarska Business Park was sold to DEGI (Aberdeen) in 2008.
This unique development was highly awarded in 2008: it received the Best CEE Office Development award from CEE Real Estate Quality Awards and the Best Overall Development in Poland award from the Construction and Investment Journal.
"CEE Real Estate Office Development of the Year 2008" &
"Best Overall Development in 2008 in Poland"