OPENING HOURS: 10:00 - 21:00

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Plac Unii City Shopping

Plac Unii City Shopping is a vibrant, modern shopping center located in Warsaw's Mokotów district, at the junction of Puławska, Boya Żeleńskiego and Waryńskiego streets. Customers benefit from the wide variety of offered stores as well as, have a cup of coffee or have a meal in one of cafes or restaurants in a pleasant atmosphere. The center’s Location of offers convenient access by foot, public transport or by a car. Drivers are welcome to use convenient underground car park with of 500 parking spaces available.

Plac Unii features selected range of fashion, beauty, home décor stores and the iconic Supersam delicatessen that offers a wide variety of products including freshly baked breads and meats partitioned on site.
In addition to shopping experience Plac Unii proposes series of recurring events that complement center’s offer.

Level -1

Free Wi-Fi available everywhere on premisses of Plac Unii City Shopping

Underground parking, 500 parking spaces, convenient parking spaces designated for families with children

Boya Street and level -2.
Veturilo station by Plac Unii Square

Level -1

Level 0 - ING Bank.
Level -1 and Level 1 - Euronet

Waryńskiego Street

The bike repair station - Boya Street, at the entrance to the underground car park

Shopping center easy to access and navigate by people with disabilities

CCTV in operation

Guide dogs are welcome

Level -1. Info point. Parking ticket validation

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AT PLAC UNII

BACKSTAGE

HISTORY

Architecture of the Warsaw's Plac Unii building is inspired by one of the oldest and most famous New York skyscrapers - the Flatiron Building. " Proud, sublime , sophisticated and elegant " – this is how New Yorkers talk about it, claiming that it is a perfect embodiment of their own character traits.

Design of Plac Unii won the prestigious competition, organized in collaboration with the Association of Polish Architects. The concept enthused verve, visionary combination of functionality, aesthetics and the highest quality. Building was designed by a prominent, award-winning Polish architect, professor Stefan Kuryłowicz.