Platinium 3 is one out of five A‑class office buildings forming Platinium business park, located at the junction of Woloska and Domaniewska. The building has seven stories and covers over 11,500 sqm grand total area. Overall Platinium business park offers about 58,200 sqm of modern space allowing flexible floor arrangement and a comfortable environment for tenants. A unique feature of the complex is the park and lake located on the property.
Platinium Business Park complex provides comfortable public transportation access through the bus and tram stops, Wierzbno and Wilanowska metro stations as well as the railway station Warszawa Służewiec. Furthermore the complex offers access to the bicycle infrastructure of Warszawa. Moreover, the location of the office complex in Mokotów ensures convenient connection to Chopin international airport. Several service and commercial facilities such as Galeria Mokotów are located in the neighbourhood.
In addition to Platinium 3 buildings 4 and 5 have already received LEED Gold certificate. Buildings 1 and 2 of the Platinium Business Park are currently undergoing the certification process.
“Platinium Business Park is the very first existing office complex in Poland to be certified in LEED Campus programme, where the procedures have been standardized for the whole area and all buildings, thus ensuring coherent, pro-ecological strategy of property management. Ecological, user-friendly land development, energy efficiency and low water consumption, care for health and comfort thanks to surveys and satisfaction researches amongst the real estate’s users as well as audits of the ventilation system – these are only some of many aspects of Platinium 3 appreciated by the unit responsible for granting LEED certificates to existing objects,” says Andrzej Gutowski, Senior Associate, Green Buildings Certification, Colliers International.”
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certificate is a buildings certification system issued by U.S. Green Building Council. It confirms efficient use of natural resources, decreased demand for electric energy and limited emission of greenhouse gases.