Golub GetHouse is a joint venture of Chicago-based Golub & Company and GetHouse Developer from Warsaw. This venture combines over 50 years of real estate investment and development experience gained in the U.S. and Europe, with local expertise in real estate development, construction, finance, sales and marketing, as well as management.At the end of the 1980s, Eugene Golub was the first American developer who decided to invest in Poland during its economic transformation. Not many people believed then that Warsaw’s office market would become one of the fastest growing markets in Europe.
Later, other foreign investors followed in his footsteps, yet the effect of Golub & Company’s work in Poland, seen in such office buildings as the Warsaw Corporate Center, Warsaw Financial Center or International Business Center, remain highly valued for their quality and standard.
In addition to Mennica Legacy Tower, Golub GetHouse is currently developing the Prime Corporate Center in Warsaw, an 83-meter tall tower at Grzybowska Street, offering 21,000 sqm of premium office space, which in 2016 will become the new headquarters of one of Poland’s largest banks.
Mennica Polska’s market advantage is built on the solid foundation of past achievements, as well as the ability to develop innovative solutions. A comprehensive understanding of modern business processes enables the company to develop competency in new sectors. This was the reason, among others, for developing, implementing and advancing urban electronic card systems in Poland. Today, Mennica Polska can confidently state that it is a leader in this field.
Over the years, Mennica Polska has confidently begun to invest in the real estate segment, skillfully connecting tradition and modernity. An example is the development of the “Aurum” office building in Warsaw, which offers the highest standard of business facilities, while at the same time respecting the historical architecture of the district. A fragment of the wall of the former Jung brewery is incorporated in the “Aurum”, which was a boundary of the Warsaw Ghetto in 1940–1942. Combining heritage and the present is also one of the key objectives of the Mennica Legacy Tower project, which will be built on the site of the former company headquarters. The timeless architectural design on the backdrop of history makes this investment exceptional.