The Lixa project is implemented in accordance with the principles of sustainable development and ESG standards. The facades are made of several hundred tons of recycled aluminum. Additionally, the structure will be erected with the use of low-emission concrete, which will reduce the carbon footprint. Tilt windows will allow for limited use of air conditioning, and inside the buildings high-speed lifts to recover energy and modern LED lighting will be installed. Rainwater will be collected and used to irrigate shrubs, perennials and lawns growing in both public gardens. There will be a pond in the courtyard, around which a water mist will be sprayed on hot days.

In turn, a total of 217 parking spaces will be built in the underground part of the investment. Some of them will be equipped with electric car chargers. There will also be bicycle stands, showers and lockers for tenants. As part of the investment, the developer will complete the reconstruction of the road lane at ul. Kasprzaka with elements of urban infrastructure - pavements and parking bays, and will renovate further parts of ul. Giełdowa and Dorożkarska. The construction will be powered by electricity generated from renewable sources.

The Lixa complex is being built in the business center of Warsaw, in close Wola. The three office buildings erected so far - designed by the HRA Architekci studio - already form a campus office complex surrounding an open courtyard. The complex consisting of five buildings will be connected by a pedestrian passage, creating a new passage between ul. Kasprzaka and Giełdowa. It is on the eastern side of the recently built promenade that the construction of the last stages of the investment begins.

The completion of the construction of the complex in the target sizes, which has been going on since 2019, is scheduled for the turn of 2023/2024. All existing buildings have been certified in the BREEAM green construction system, obtaining an Excellent rating. The D and E office buildings were also designed to be certified at this level. The Lixa project assumes obtaining the WELL Health-Safety certificate. The first stage has been fully commercialized.