Art of Life, pleasure of living 



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Timeless place


Saska Kępa is one of the most prestigious places in Warsaw. Previous century has earned it an opinion of a district favoured by artists and a place of choice for Warsaw elites – the opinion Saska Kępa prides itself on till today, supported by numerous commemorative plaques and monuments. Famous Poles who lived here include Agnieszka Osiecka, Zygmunt Hübner, Jan Cybis and Witold Lutosławski.




Saska Kępa is a unique  place. Charming streets, cafés, little shops, historic modernist villas and tenements create here an extraordinary urban landscape that is one of its kind.

Immersedin the greenery of parks and gardens, Zwyciezców 63 allows you savouring every day it speace and quiet. Proximity to the city center makes all the attractions of big city life are still at your finger tips.

View from the building


Everything within reach


Zwycięzców 63 is a location allowing for various opportunities. Here you can truly live your life and enjoy the atmosphere of Saska Kępa in numerous ways:

  • a walk around the park
  • morning jogging through the green streets
  • an afternoon in one of climatic cafés
  • a concert, a film, theatre, an exhibition

FOR SPORT enthusiasts


Saska Kepa is the best place for sport and leisure activities – especially outdoors. Skaryszewski Park, Meadow Kamionkowskie Błonia Elekcyjne, Vistula promenades are ideal places for nordic walking, jogging, yoga or cycling. Regardless of how your day looks, here you can rest and relax, but also, workout and get fit or devote to your sport passions in a friendly and very green environment.




The architecture of Saska Kępa is unique, not only for Warsaw but on the national level, famous in the world and regarded as one of the most excellent embodiments of modernist style. Villas and tenements build during the interwar period arouse delight, drawing attention with minimalist, clean form and – above all – their functionality.

inspired by moderniSm


Zwycięzców 63 is an off er stemming from an inspiration by the architecture of Saska Kępa. It is not only an aesthetic reference to modernist style but a 21st century implementation of modernist idea that is still valid – the idea to create a perfect place for living.