Star among Polish tall buildings. Olivia Star is a complement to the Gdansk Oliva business district and the next stage of the Olivia Business Centre project2016-07-06 09:00
Olivia Star is becoming a new business symbol of Tri-City and a natural complement to Olivia Business Centre, one of Poland’s most interesting multifunctional developments. The cornerstone ceremony took place on 30 June 2016. The highest floor of Olivia Star, towering in excess of 150 m above the ground, will offer the most stunning vista in Poland: the Bay of Gdansk, Gdansk, the cliffs of Gdynia, the ports of Gdynia and Gdansk, the pier in Sopot, the Hel Peninsula and the Tricity Landscape Park with all its abundance of trees and greenery. For this reason, these highest floors of the building will accommodate a commonly accessible observation deck and a conference centre. The access will be provided by two separate elevators that will not stop on any other office floors. The building will adjoin a glazed winter garden with greenery and water features, to be situated in the inner patio. The winter garden has been designed as a venue for educational and artistic events. This beautiful space, with its wonderful atmosphere, will be made accessible to the local community all year long. With the peak point at the height of 156 m and the spires rising to an elevation of 180 m, Olivia Star will be the tallest building in Northern Poland. It will be located between Olivia Four and Olivia Six, thereby closing the ring around the inner, publicly accessible patio with greenery and water features. Olivia Star will increase the Olivia Business Centre’s floor area from 73,000 sq m to 120,000 sq m. The building has been designed with a 3-level underground garage. First tenants are expected to move in by spring 2017.