One of the largest companies in Poland providing services in the medical industry – Medicover – will open a dental clinic in the space of Norblin Factory in Warsaw’s Wola district. The clinic, with over a dozen modernly equipped dental offices and a team of experienced dentists providing professional care, will occupy the area of 617 sq.m. on the 1st floor or of the Plater building.
The new clinic under the brand Medicover Stomatologia will be the eighth dental center of the medical chain in Warsaw. The range of offered services includes paediatric and conservative dentistry, oral hygiene, tooth decay treatment, teeth whitening, implantology and prosthetics, dental surgery and periodontal disease treatment. Medicover dental centers also offer orthodontic consultations and treatment. Medicover Stomatologia will also offer its patients professional, complete radiological diagnostics prior to the commencement of treatment, as well as the support of doctors specializing in aesthetic dentistry.
The Medicover chain has 56 modern dental clinics that offer a comprehensive range of services, constantly introducing innovations and shaping the dental market in Poland. Patient care is provided by a professional team of specialists – dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants and receptionists. The clinics are located in the largest cities throughout Poland.
From 2021, all new dental centers under this brand, including the new clinic at Norblin Factory, will be opened in the so-called “Smile Ritual”. This concept is based on a non-standard interior design for dental offices, which involves resigning from strictly medical space arrangements in favor of creating calming spaces that ensure emotional comfort. As part of the Smile Ritual, the medical chain also proposes a holistic approach to treatment and providing patients with services such as jaw physiotherapy, as well as an innovative standard of customer service. Each patient receives a personal caregiver who supports him at every stage of the treatment plan implementation.
The revitalization of the Norblin Factory that started in October 2018 is coming to an end. The post-industrial complex, situated in Warsaw’s Wola district, will offer 65,000 sq.m. of usable area, with A+ class offices taking up 41,000 sq.m., and with the remaining 24,000 sq.m. filled with entertainment, culture, food, service and retail concepts. One of the tenants who will soon open its area for the clients is BioBazar (1,800 sq.m.) – the first market in Poland offering only organic products. The original boutique cinema KinoGram (with 7 screening rooms for 620 people in the area of 3,300 sq.m.) will also soon start inviting people for the first movie screenings, as well as for a broad range of cinema-related events and actions, organized in cooperation with the Directors Guild of Poland, its substantial partner, whose members are such renowned Polish movie scene creators as A. Holland, W. Smarzowski or P. Pawlikowski.
Culture and entertainment will be the main distinguishing features of Norblin Factory. Among the tenants from this sector, there will be such interesting places as Apple technology museum (320 sq.m.), the first fully interactive and digital art gallery in Poland – ART BOX Experience (800 sq.m.), Flow Art House art gallery (250 sq.m.), a music club or Piano Bar with live music. Norblin Factory is also a destination for food lovers – there will be a food hall with themed sections and 26 original restaurant concepts (3,200 sq.m.), as well as a number of restaurants and bars, such as Blue Cactus, a famous tex-mex restaurant returning to the Warsaw restaurant scene after a few years break.
The office part of the complex will house such tenants, as Allegro.pl (16,200 sq.m.), the Global Business Services Center Japan Tobacco International (8,500 sq.m.), a Scandinavian financial service provider SEB Bank (3,300 sq.m.) and ISS World Global Company (4,000 sq.m.) providing facility management services.
Capital Park Group is the investor and initiator of revitalization of the Norblin Factory. PRC Architekci is responsible for the architectural design, Warbud SA is the general contractor, cooperating with such companies, as Soletanche Polska, Maat4 and TKT Engineering. Monument Service supervises all conservation works on monuments.