Warsaw Trade Tower was built by the Korean company Daewoo, which sold it to the American company Apollo-Rida in 2002. The building consists of 43 floors and it is 208 meters high (including the antenna) . Some sources claim Warsaw Trade Tower to be the highest skyscraper in Poland . That would be true if the height of antennas was not taken in account. Without the antenna, the Warsaw Trade Tower is 184 meters high and thus higher than the Palace of Culture and Science by three meters. If we count the antennas, the Palace of Culture and Science is higher by 23 meters.
Most of the building Warsaw Trade Tower consists of offices, which take over 35 floors. There is also a popular shopping center spreading on two floors. The remaining six floors serve for technical support of the building. The underground car-parks offer nearly three hundred parking lots.