At Fenix Group, we believe you can turn back the time, and all that has been forgotten can regain its former splendour.
The building was erected in 1913 for Aron Oppenheim. Warsaw`s intellectual elite used to live here.
To this day, the modernist decorations of the façade and the inner courtyard have been perfectly preserved. On the other hand, the glazed pistachio-coloured tiles of the gateway are a reminder of the magnificent Polish Art Nouveau.
Warsaw's intellectual elite lived here, among them the composer Karol Szymanowski, the conductor Kazimierz Wilkomirski, and the famous athlete and Olympic gold medallist from Los Angeles, Janusz Kusocinski.
Living at Noakowskiego 16 is the ideal solution for people who lead an active lifestyle. Today, the ground-floor of the seven-storey building houses an elegant restaurant and the renowned Sławomir Dybalski bakery and confectionery shop. The intimate back courtyard is located adjacent to the historic Hala Koszyki market.
The vicinity of schools and nursery schools proves a time-saver and makes life easier for the whole family. In your leisure time, you can stroll around the park or have coffee in one of Warsaw's best cafés. The proximity of the underground, trams, and buses makes all the city's attractions within easy reach.