The classical style business centre 31/1 PLAZA is located in the very heart of Vilnius and is the home for a modern urban life.
The business centre, which is dominated by classical features, combines A-class offices, shops, a gallery, modern bars, restaurants and tourism agencies.
Vilnius Street, where the business complex 31/1 PLAZA is located, is one of the main avenues of the city which is situated in close proximity to Gediminas Avenue and the Old Town.
It is a very convenient location,- only two minutes away from the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, the Presidential Palace, editorial offices of the major newspapers, news agencies, the seats of Swedbank, SEB Bank, DnB Nord Bank and UniCredit Bank and it is in close proximity to over twenty cafés and bars, Hotel Novotel, Scandic Hotel, and Hotel Artis as well as shopping passages and other business centres.
A-class office premises in the second and third floor cover an area of 2,500 square metres.
Fully furnished offices have carpeting or mosaic parquet flooring, walls and ceilings decorated in a classical style and are equipped with classical lighting and historical tile furnaces.
The subtle classical environment of the office premises has been created observing up-to-date requirements and taking into account convenience for business and suitability for administration of different types of businesses.
The office premises are equipped with:
> conference (negotiation) rooms
> computer and telephone network
> server racks
> air conditioning system
> kitchen and toilet rooms
> security cameras
> security systems
The business centre 31/1 PLAZA has a private underground parking lot which has space for 58 automobiles.
This is one of the oldest residential buildings in Vilnius, an example of the ancient Classical architecture of the capital. This building constitutes a part of the building complex that belonged to the University of Vilnius.
The spaces of the building display the restored wall and ceiling painting of the 18th and 19th centuries and expose an especially valuable painted timber ceiling from the Renaissance and early Baroque period. The painting of oak boards and beams features acanthus leaves and the same motive also dominates the wall painting. In some rooms of the building the décor of several historical periods has been exposed: one can enjoy the wall décor typical of the Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism epochs.