Holland Park - A quiet enclave in the heart of the metropolis
The Holland Park apartment building is located on the left bank of the Vistula in the heart of the city. It is a complex of three exclusive buildings located on the embankment, at the intersection of Książęca Street and the Three Crosses Square. This unique location, from which the walk to the most prestigious places in Warsaw takes only a few minutes, is called the “green lungs of the city”.
- Three Crosses Square (Plac Trzech Krzyży )- 1 minute
- Warsaw Stock Exchange – 1 minute
- Nowy Świat Street – 3 minutes
- National Museum – 5 minutes
- Łazienki Królewskie Park attracts tourists with famous Chopin concerts that take place near the composer’s monument – 15 minutes
The neighborhood’s rank is enhanced by the vicinity of embassies, the Warsaw Stock Exchange, as well as luxury stores, sophisticated restaurants and a hotel.
The excellent location ensures quick access to distant parts of the city by both public transport and car.
Tulips in the heart of the city
The complex was designed by Dutch architect Vera Yanovshtchinsky in cooperation with Marek Świerczewski. It is characterized by specific bending of the solid line. The buildings are named after the most-known types of Dutch tulips – Brunello and Oscar.
Holland Park was completed in 2001. For years it served as an exclusive extended stay hotel. In 2006, the buildings were modernized and adapted to residential needs, becoming one of the most luxurious residential complexes in the capital.
Comfort and safety
The apartment buildings have been designed to ensure their residents comfort and safety. Facades of buildings in light beige shades are a combination of natural sandstone, precious plasters, glass and aluminum. The openwork elements of the balconies and terraces, which surround a significant part of the facade, give them a special lightness.
Land development was important when implementing Holland Park project. The surrounded by buildings garden was created with great care and attention. The escarpment is decorated with specially selected species of trees and shrubs that create a unique garden and park layout.
Each of the buildings has its own concierge and reception, and the monitoring of the complex by CCTV cameras is done from the central reception located in the central building.
Apartments - tailor-made luxury
Holland Park is a complex of three buildings, two of which – the west and the middle building – are intended for rent and contain a total of 64 luxury apartments.
The apartments are diverse in terms of functionality and area – from 83 to 180 m2. A common feature is the high standard, beautiful views of the Warsaw panorama and the immediate vicinity of the park. Each apartment has a garage space in the underground car park.
The luxury apartments consist of:
- one or two bedrooms
- one or two fully furnished bathrooms
- a toilet
- a spacious living room
- a kitchenette furnished with high-end household appliances
- a utility room
Most of the apartments have a balcony or loggia.
Peace and quiet in the price of luxury
Holland Park Apartments are an excellent choice for those seeking prestige and luxury in the city center, while preferring a quiet and peaceful environment.
Surroundings of the Holland Park
In the close surroundings of the apartment building there are many cultural facilities that attract with their rich offer.
- National Opera – the oldest and most famous opera theater in Poland. These days it is experiencing its renaissance. Tickets for events are selling out very quickly. This is truly the place worth to visit.
- Łazienki Królewskie – a beautiful, vast park and favorite place of Warsaw residents for long walks. Colloquially called ‘the happiest place in Warsaw’. It used to be the summer residence of King Stanisław August. Today it comprises classicistic monuments and historical gardens.
- Palace of Culture and Science – the tallest and most recognizable building in Warsaw. You can see it from almost anywhere in the capital. In the summer, music resounds around the palace, theater and film screenings are held. In winter, it is a great place for skating enthusiasts.
- Mokotowska Street is famous for the most expensive boutiques of Polish designers, among others Maciej Zień, Robert Kupisz, Anna Kuczyńska, Tomasz Ossoliński or Anna Kruk, atmospheric restaurants and beautiful tenement houses – valuable architectural monuments that stretch along the street.
- Vitkac – a luxury shopping center in which the most famous global brands have their boutiques, i.e. Gucci, Louis Vuitton, YSL, Bottega Veneta, Giorgio Armani, Lanvin.