The 14th-floor Warsaw Skylight Center is a part of the spectacular, award-winning architecture of the Zlote Tarasy at the heart of Warsaw. The center offers towering views of the Sródmiescie district, which is home to the most important national and municipal institutions, businesses, universities and theatres. The Golden Terraces, as Zlote Tarasy is known in English, is a commercial, office, and entertainment complex that won an Architectural Review MIPIM Future Project Award. Built at a cost of $500 million, a wave-like, transparent roof covers its signature central indoor courtyard, which stages concerts and similar events. The complex includes 200 shops and many amenities including underground parking. It is conveniently located near the city's rail station between Jana Pawla II and Emilii Plater streets. Warsaw leads the region of Central Europe in foreign investment with a fast-growing economy that includes thriving electronics, hi-tech and food-processing industries.