One entrance is from Leszczyńska Street, and the other two from Zajęcza Street. Clients have 370 parking spaces to choose from.
The Powiśle power plant dates back more than 100 years to 1904 when local authorities announced a tender to build a plant that would power the city of Warsaw. A period of expansion followed, and in 1944 the plant was actively involved in the Warsaw Uprising, maintaining power supply for the fighting city. The plant officially ended electricity production in 2001. In 2020, Elektrownia Powiśle celebrated its NEW OPENING and now lures customers with its numerous elegant stores, exquisite restaurants, beauty hall, food hall or Plonoteka eco market where you can arrange a variety of entertainment or cultural events.
Some nearby locations include the Copernicus Science Centre, Vistula Boulevards, and the famous Mermaid of Warsaw statue.