Warsaw Brewery is becoming the Meeting and Flavors District. Echo Investment starts with playing well: Robert Lewandowski, the captain of the Polish national team and a striker of Bayern Munich, together with his associates will open an original restaurant in a historic Malthouse, that is the heart of this city quarter in Warsaw's Wola district. As early as in autumn 2020, they will invite Warsaw residents for breakfast, afternoon meetings and evening matches.
Trio from Warsaw Brewery
It will be something special. We come up with a great idea for this unique place, but for now - like any professional team - we do want to tell about our strategy. I can assure you that we will pleasantly surprise our guests. This open, welcoming and lively place located in the former malthouse will be a place where you will want to come even from the other part of the city. Our restaurant will be exceptional with a strong power of attraction. You will be able to stop by here on your way to work for breakfast, meet for a business lunch, have a good dinner with your family, and watch a great match with your friends in the evening. I am convinced that every visit here will be pleasant and provide guests with maximum comfort, we will engage the best staff and cutting-edge technologies. The restaurant in the Malthouse will be the sum of our visions, the best experience and expertise.
Second life of the 19th century Malthouse
Warsaw Brewery will permanently change the capital's landscape. The original restaurant by Robert Lewandowski, Jerzy Krzanowski and Jacek Trybuchowski will co-create the Meeting and Flavors District being created here. By combining experience, competences and our bold vision, we develop and furnish the quarter of Warsaw bearing in mind its residents, neighbours, employees from surrounding offices, regular visitors and guests. Creating city-forming destination projects, that are good for living, working and spending free time, is one of the Echo Investment strategic pillars. As the first such project being implemented on big-scale, Warsaw Brewery is particularly important for us.
Marcin Materny, Board Member of Echo Investment.
We put a jewel of Warsaw Brewery, the 19th-century Malthouse in the best hands. We are convinced that the concept refined in every detail will be a culinary showcase of Warsaw. Almost two years have passed between the first talks and the signing of the contract. Robert Lewandowski and associates appreciated the potential of the place that after many years will return to Warsaw in a new shape; open to people and the city, welcoming to new ventures, with new public spaces accessible to everyone.
Marcin Szlufik, Senior Leasing Manager who was responsible for negotiations from Echo Investment.