The Northern Śródmieście district is marked by three Alleys: Jerozolimskie, Jana Pawła II and Solidarności and the Vistula embankment from the east.
It is the most representative space of the city, the axis of which is the tallest building in Warsaw, the Palace of Culture and Science. The tourist and business center of the capital is located here. History, however, was not kind to this space, during World War II practically all buildings, often from the time of the secession, were destroyed. Currently, the reconstruction of the historic part of architecture is being continued, but above all with an emphasis on the construction of modern skyscrapers, which are the showcase of Warsaw.
The strict center brings together prestigious properties, such as Złota 44 or Cosmopolitan, where demanding clients can almost live in the clouds with a view of the skyline of the entire Warsaw. At the same time, between the monumental, luxurious skyscrapers, Śródmieście is home to quiet, green squares and parks that allow residents to enjoy the charms of nature in the city center.
The heart of the city is filled with theaters, concert halls and cinemas, and the center is bustling with life twenty-four hours a day, offering its residents numerous pubs, restaurants and bars.
From here it is close to everywhere – residents have access to two metro lines, buses and trams and to Central Railway Station, from where trains, also international, depart.