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Centrum LIM

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Identification

Centrum LIM
Warsaw Marriott Hotel, LOT Tower
111501

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Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
concrete
mat foundation
glass
curtain wall
international style

Usages

commercial office hotel
restaurant casino

Facts

  • Marriott is a part of a complex "Centrum Zachód" planned in the 1970s by Jerzy Skrzypczak and thus corresponds spatially with Oxford Tower.
  • The lower, western wing will be demolished to make way for Lilium Tower.
  • The two top levels of the hotel house the "Panorama Club" offering views over Warsaw from the highest publicly available place in the city.
  • The name LIM comes from the first letters of three partners - L for LOT (Polish Airlines), I for Ilbau GmbH (Austrian construction company), and M for Marriott International.
  • The building can be divided into three parts: the three-story pedestal with retail and reception areas for the hotel and offices; corporate office space on floors 6-20; and hotel rooms above the offices.
  • The tower is better known by locals as "The Marriott."
  • The building's facade was scaled by Alain Robert in 1998. This extrovert, whose passion is skyscraper climbing, has already conquered such gems as Willis Tower and Petronas Towers.

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Location

Aleje Jerozolimskie 65-79
Ulica Emilii Plater 43, Ulica Tytusa Chałubińskiego 10
Aleje Jerozolimskie 65/79
00-697
Śródmieście
Warsaw
Masovian
Poland

Technical Data

557.74 ft
459.32 ft
459.32 ft
43
1980
1989

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Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
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