Campus Vilnius is the biggest start-up and hi-tech co-working space and intelligence campus in Central and Eastern Europe. It will host the whole start-up ecosystem in one campus so the competences, know-how and all the benefits of the knowledge economy will be easily accessible for all community members. The campus will provide up to 1500 working spaces for over 3000 people in 2020 year.
Full Project Description
Campus Vilnius – the biggest start-up, hi-tech, co-working space and intelligence campus in CEE. Situated on the hillside overlooking the whole historical valley of the old-town, the city castle and Cathedral square. Campus Vilnius – is really located just on the the tip of the old town with some remains of 14th century defence wall remains nearby the Campus territory. Just few minutes walking distances away from the old-town, 10 mins to train and bus stations and the famous Montmartre equivalent – the Republic of Uzupis just beneath the hillside. Campus is overseeing the whole Historical part of the city and it creates a majestic view with all the city lights that will be visible from the Campus itself.
The Unesco Heritage – Vilnius Old Town is within short walking distance with all the cafes, restaurants, galleries and all the cultural life. Bus stops, kindergartens, schools as well as three parks are within a five-minute walk. Public transport network, bicycle lanes will provide multiple options for daily commuting. And it will take only 10 mins to get to Vilnius international airport.
It will host the whole start-up ecosystem in one campus so the competences, know-how and all the attributes of knowledge economy would be easily accessible for all the community members. The Campus would provide up to 1500 working spaces for over 3000 people.
Vilnius Campus will host all the possible things that is needed for successful development:
- Office space
- Start up (coworking) zone
- International startup accelerators (programs)
- „Maker“ spaces (labs for hi-tech dev)
- Restaurants, cafes and bars
- Event halls
- Leisure and sport areas
- Hostel for accommodation
The campus’s architectural design is influenced by the area‘s surroundings and landscape. Its modern interior and somewhat authentic with the touch of modern exterior details like open glass ceilings and brick, stone, wood, cement accents on the walls will be the perfect solution for the natural light getting to the campus