The biggest multifunctional business centre in Kraków
Modern office buildings
and the hotel
Unity Centre is Kraków’s biggest multifunctional business centre comprising five buildings of a metropolitan character, mixed functionality, and diversified development scale. Three modern office buildings, including Unity Tower, Krakow’s tallest building, four-star hotel and a luxurious apartment house, with underground parking lots are interconnected by Unity Square — an urban square accessible to the public. The development is for those who shun compromise and wish to be in the very centre of business, events, information and culture.
50 000 m2
of leasable area
parking spaces located on two underground levels
Modernity in the Spirit of Art Déco
Erected in steel and stone, the structures of Unity Centre draw upon the pre-war traditions of Kraków’s architecture. Designers from the DDJM studio drew their inspiration from historical achievements of eclectic development and Art Déco style. The design enchants with a geometrical symmetry, spatial discipline and striving for perfection, fluently balancing between tradition and architectural avant-garde.
Offices with the most
beautiful view of Kraków
Flexible offices that can
be arranged in any way
A panoramic terrace 100 m above the ground
Building adapted to the needs of people with disabilities
Newly designed city boulevard available to the general public
Parking spaces for charging electric cars
DDJM Biuro Architektoniczne
A design studio specialising in commercial projects offers a comprehensive and professional support of the investment process, both for business and individual clients. DDJM has the know -how and experience in managing investors’ capital, starting from all stages of project development, through the full range of administrative proceedings, as far as giving a finished facility into use.
In the heart of the city
Kraków lives and recounts history. Located one kilometre away from Unity Centre, Kraków’s Old Town along with the surrounding area constitutes the most attractive and active in socio-economic terms segment of Kraków’s metropolis. A business zone adjacent to the Old Town constitutes a perfect contrast and combination with the centrally located Market Square which is the cultural and touristic heart of the city. This phenomenon of Małopolska’s capital has won appreciation of the Project for Public Spaces, an American organisation which awarded Krakow’s Market Square a special distinction for the most socially-oriented public space in the world.
Today, thanks to the rank of Kraków’s city centre, untouched throughout the centuries, the space between Aleje Trzech Wieszczów and Aleja Powstania Warszawskiego teems with metropolitan life. Unity Centre, the city’s business heart, has been rised in this central area of Kraków where approx. 25% of all jobs in the city are concentrated.
2 km / 20 min.
to Market Square, The Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Basilica
2,8 km / 30 min.
to the Wawel Hill
18 km / 19 min.
suburban rail ‘point-to-point’ transfer from the Main Railway Station to Kraków Balice Airport