Completed in 1999, Philips House has become a permanent fixture of Warsaw’s office building landscape. Being close to one of the capital’s major traffic arteries ensures a very good connection with the city centre. The headquarters of Philips have been in the building for years.
Al. Jerozolimskie is not merely one of the most important traffic arteries in Warsaw but also a major office district. The post-industrial district of Włochy has been revitalized and has been attracting office projects for years. Well-developed retail and service infrastructure can be found in the vicinity, with shopping mall Blue City and Reduta as well as Makro Cash & Carry, E. Leclerc and other outlets.
The location benefits from a close proximity to the city centre, Warsaw Chopin Airport and the Warsaw bypass, connecting to the A2 highway.