At Fenix Group, we believe you can turn back the time, and all that has been forgotten can regain its former splendour.
The apartment house at 16 Poznanska Street was built in 1910 for brothers Adolf and Herman Knothe. Among several surviving elements of the historic décor of the staircases and interiors, there are Art Nouveau metal banisters, door woodwork and tiled floors.
Renovation the building is undergoing will bring back its former splendour. After all, houses like this one were the reason why in the 19th century elegant architecture and urban planning earned Warsaw the nickname Paris of the North.
Around here, everything is truly nearby. Two junctions away from Poznanska, the modern city centre begins: skyscrapers, shopping centres, office buildings, clubs and cinemas.
Schools and nursery schools are within walking distance. Public transport is easily accessible as well, Metro, buses and tramway lines run in the vicinity.
The historical, harmonious character of Poznanska makes it easier to forget the everyday hustle and bustle of modern life. Cafés and restaurants provide a perfect setting to relax and unwind. And friendly local shopkeepers and craftsmen can always spare the time for a quick chat with their regular customers.