Mennica Legacy Tower announced Europe’s Best Real Estate Investment
Mennica Legacy Tower has been recognised as the Best Real Estate Investment in Europe. The Warsaw office complex won in the “Commercial High-Rise Architecture” category of the prestigious European Property Awards competition. It is yet another award for Mennica Polska’s flagship project in the last 12 months.
Established in 1994, the European Property Awards, part of International Property Awards, the world’s largest and most prestigious real estate competition, gives recognition to the best projects all around Europe. In the 2020 edition, Mennica Legacy Tower, developed by Mennica Polska S.A. together with Golub GetHouse, won in the “Commercial High-Rise Architecture” category. The international jury appreciated the building’s distinctive architectural design and the advanced technologies applied. Noteworthily, the project was carried out in compliance with the requirements of BREEAM Outstanding, the top grade in the world’s leading sustainability certification.
Last year alone, the International Property Awards saw the participation of projects from 130 countries with total value in excess of £50 billion. Additionally, in the first, national stage of the competition, the Warsaw office complex was also recognised as the Best Real Investment in Poland. As announced last October, Mennica Legacy Tower won in the “Commercial High-Rise Architecture for Poland” category.
The successes in the two stages of European Property Awards are not the only distinctions for Mennica Legacy Tower in the last 12 months. Last August, the ultra-modern office complex in Warsaw was also declared the New Iconic Landmark of the City by the jury of the Real Estate IMPACTOR Awards. Established in 2016, the Real Estate IMPACTOR Awards recognise companies and individuals who have had a significant impact on the development of the real estate market in Poland. The project jointly developed by Mennica Polska and Golub GetHouse was awarded as having such an impact.
Mennica Legacy Tower was designed by architects from the Chicago-based Goettsch Partners studio whose local partner was Epstein. The General Contractor was Warbud S.A.