Hoża 50 is one of the few well preserved historic tenements of Warsaw, which has been reintroduced to the market, taking its well-deserved place among the most beautiful buildings of the capital.
This prestigious, revitalized townhouse from 1890, has been renovated in 2014 by the Fenix Group - one of the leading market’s developers. Today, this unique development guarantees a comfortable life in the city center, offering an abundance of new apartments with roof terraces, available in different sizes and configurations, with access to a two-level underground garage and modern, yet vintage-looking elevators. The eclectic entrance doors feature spectacular ornaments, while the ceilings and staircases are decorated with stuccos.
The building is located on Hoża Street, which has preserved its elegant atmosphere of the prewar period. It begins by the Trzech Krzyży Square and crosses many of Warsaw’s main arteries. Nearby, there are many discreet cafes, restaurants, bookstores and small shops. All key areas of the neighborhood can be easily accessed on foot or in a short time by the means of public transportation.
The development has 65 apartments varying in size - all of them are spacious, functional and easy to arrange. The building offers small studios, two-side one bedroom apartments, ground floor apartments with private gardens, interestingly laid-out two bedroom apartments, as well as large three bedroom apartments with access to over 100 m2 roof terraces.
Please contact Hamilton May to learn more about the currently available apartments.