At Fenix Group, we believe you can turn back the time, and all that has been forgotten can regain its former splendour.
Gagarina Street in its present shape was established around 1957. It replaced the streets of the former settlement Sielce, created at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Its original name, Nowoparkowa, was changed in 1961 in honour of Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space.
The oldest buildings along the present-day street were the corner villa at Belwederska Street and the tollhouses built around 1820 and then demolished after the Second World War. New properties, like the one at number 33, began to appear in the late 1930s. The house was erected in the spirit of functionalism; its lower portion was emphasised with clinker tiles and the façade highlighted with coloured stripes.
The building is located about 100 metres from Belwederska Street junction, one of the main thoroughfares of this part of Warsaw. Czerniakowska Street is also within walking distance. There are numerous bus lines in the vicinity. Puławska Street and Unia Lubelska Square are just a bus stop away, and reaching the city centre is a matter of minutes. There are many cycle and walking paths nearby, perfect for all active lifestyle enthusiasts.
Running everyday errands and doing shopping is simple as there are lots of small shops and services in the area, and several shopping centres can be easily reached by public transport. Schools, chemists, offices and a hospital are also located nearby. There are some fine restaurants within walking distance as well.
One look out the window is enough to fully appreciate the unique location of the building. Right across the street is the Łazienki Park. The Botanical Garden is not far away either, and it takes just a few minutes to ride along the Royal Route to reach Nowy Swiat, Krakowskie Przedmiescie and the Old Town.