are located in the north-west part of the city and occupy approximately 33 km² and are inhabited by over 126 000 people. This distict is divided into the following areas: Wrzeciono, Mlociny, Piaski, Huta, Radiowo, Wawrzyszew, Stare Bielany
, Slodowiec, Las Bielanski, Chomiczowka, Placowka, Marymont Ruda, Wolka Węglowa, Marymont-Kaskada.
are well connected withSrodmiescie
. There is a metro station in this district, which is why it is easy to reach the city centre without any problems and most importantly, without being slowed down by a traffic jam.
are described as the „green lungs” of Warsaw, due to the fact that a major part of the dsitrct is covered by green terrains, taking up 28% of the space. The largest forest area is Las Bielanski, which is a nature reserve opened to tourists. In addition, Kampinos National Park is located in close proximity. Bielany
attract people who enjoy phisical activities while spending their time outdoors. Due to the landscape and nature, there aren’t many office spaces available in this district. Bielany
are dominated by residential developments, as well as universities, for example Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw and Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw.
Anyone wanting to rent an office in Bielany
should consider the area close to ul. Gwiazdzista, ul. Gdanska and Al. Zjednoczenia. If you are thinking of renting an office in Bielany
. You will find there a full offer of all available office spaces in Warsaw.