According to Troy Javaher, Managing Director of Lincoln Property Company, The FORM in Warsaw's Wola neighborhood will become a model structure for the use of ESG solutions. The 31,000-square-meter structure was created with environmental friendliness in mind. Damian Grzywacz, Managing Director of Lincoln Property Company in Poland, claims that as a result, all of the building's electricity needs will be met by renewable resources, including the installation of photovoltaic panels on the building's roof. The triple glazing of the façade with a thermal layer is another component that guarantees high energy efficiency.

The FORM will have 28,300 square meters of office space and 2,500 square meters of retail space. A nearly 700 square meter atrium with no roof and plenty of greenery will also be part of the nine-story building.

"We will also use technology and equipment that will reduce water consumption by 50 percent. The building will be equipped with the most modern air purification and humidification systems and free cooling, as well as a rainwater tank that will be used to irrigate the surrounding greenery," said Grzywacz. Additionally, the building will have 254 parking spaces for cars, including charging stations for electric vehicles, and extensive bicycle facilities.

The FORM is one of the few structures in Central Europe to have additional certifications like WiredScore, SmartScore, ActiveScore, and AirRated. It is aiming for WELL and LEED Platinum certification.

The initial concept was created in collaboration with Kuryowicz & Associates and Vietzke & Borstelmann Architects, and the final design was created by Epstein. The project will be finished by the end of 2024, and PORR is the general contractor.