Dating back to 1909, Hala Koszyki is firmly entrenched in the Warsaw centre’s landscape and atmosphere. Following a revitalization, it features the original Art Nouveau façade and a functional complex with a total of 37 restaurants, cafés and other service units. Launched in 2016, Hala Koszyki has become a centre of urban social life, appealing to Warsaw residents, tourists and business visitors.
Hala Koszyki’s atmosphere builds on more than 100 years of the original hall’s commercial tradition, always a cultural and social hotspot in Warsaw. Today, it is an ideal place for meetings with friends, tasting global cuisine, visiting the hottest restaurant in town, and enjoying art or shopping. The diverse offering is sure to appeal to clients from various age groups. Visitors are drawn to Hala Koszyki’s interior design, which combines modernity with a historical climate, features of a traditional fair hall and contemporary meeting space. Thanks to Hala Koszyki, Warsaw has joined an elite group of cities—New York, London, Oslo, Florence, Rotterdam—where once-forgotten public buildings are regaining their splendour, becoming cult places for meetings.
Surrounding Hala Koszyki are three modern buildings offering more than 15,500 m2 of high-end office space. Numerous revitalized office buildings and hotels are situated in the vicinity. The building is located near Plac Konstytucji, the Politechnika metro station, and the busy traffic artery al. Niepodległości, making it well-connected with even the furthest parts of the capital.