After the Guardian selected Warsaw's Powiśle district as among the top ten coolest neighbourhoods in Europe, we decided to take (...)
Poland Today was recognized as a ‘Media Leader’ at the 2nd ABSL Gala.
Warsaw seeks direct funding line to Brussels, ‘Very High Proficiency’ ranking for Poland, Polish startup launches underwater drone project …
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Like in the UK, US and Australia, pre-polling was found wanting during the recent European Parliament election in Poland.
Warsaw’s Neon Muzeum captures the story behind Poland’s unique neon signs and artistic designs.
Polish developer Capital Park plans to transform a former factory into a buzzing commercial and community space.
Echo Investment is betting on the success of Polish cities with 250,000 sqm of office space.
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Spektrum Tower was sold by Europa Capital to Globalworth for around €101 million.
Poland Today intern and recent Princeton University graduate, Taylor Chin, shares her experiences in Warsaw.
Rowing crews from all over Europe competed at the first Warsaw Head International Rowing Regatta.
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Golub GetHouse has finished the international architectural competition and has chosen the American Arquitectonica studio as a designer of the (...)
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Intensive works to build the 140-meter high tower and 43-meter high lower part of the complex, the so-called Western Building, (...)
Colliers International, a commercial real estate advisory company, will provide property management services to Europejski multifunctional project in Warsaw - (...)
The reconstructed sign on the building evokes the years of its splendour.
Forty years after opening the largest kids store in Poland, Smyk returns to its original birthplace at Krucza 50.