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MAGNUSSON WARSAW MOVES TO NEW OFFICE PREMISES

2013-06-24

Magnusson Warsaw is moving to new office premises. The new office space is located in the Senator building which combines the historical heritage of Warsaw with top quality modern office features.

Magnusson Warsaw is moving to new office premises. The new office space is located in the Senator building which combines the historical heritage of Warsaw with top quality modern office features.

As of 24th June 2013 our address in Warsaw is as follows:

Magnusson
ul. Bielańska 12
00-085 Warsaw, Poland

The switchboard and fax number remain unaltered.

The new office is located in the newly developed Senator building, which combines the historical heritage with modern architecture of A class office.

It is where the State Mint was originally located, following the decision of King Stanisław August Poniatowski who established the Mint in 1766 as a part of Poland’s new monetary system.

The building, which inspired the architecture of the Senator, was developed in the early 20th century and replaced the old State Mint. Before the II World War, it served as the headquarters of the Bank of Poland, the national issuing bank and a symbol of the country’s independence regained in 1918.

The Senator building boasts a number of architectural details evoking the past. The foundation remains of the Mint of Warsaw building can be admired in the atrium through a glass floor, while the front wall of the Bank of Poland was restored with the use of the original marble elements.

“Many years ago, the Bank of Poland attracted to this area Warsaw’s prime business, including law firms and other banks. We are delighted to continue the tradition of doing business in this unique location” , commented Andrzej Tokaj, the managing partner of Magnusson in Poland.

The Senator building: click here to see pictures.

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