Colliers has taken over the management of the Tensor office complex in Gdynia, owned by the joint venture of Czech real estate open-ended fund Investika realitní fond and Luxembourg private equity investor Bud Holdings. Experts from the company’s regional office will additionally be responsible for supporting the owner in the property’s commercialisation.
Tensor is an office complex of modern buildings consisting of three A-class buildings – X, Y and Z – with a total area of 20,082 sqm. It is located at 8 Łużycka street in Gdynia Redłowo, just a 10-minute drive from Gdynia Główna railway station, 15 minutes from the Port of Gdynia, and 30 minutes from Lech Wałęsa International Airport in Gdańsk.
The complex is distinguished by its geometric, avant-garde, vector-inspired facade. A green leisure area located between the buildings is available to tenants as well as passers-by and local communities. The office building also has a restaurant and a shop.
Experts from Colliers Real Estate Management Services will be responsible for managing the complex. This is the fourth property in the Tri-City to enrich its portfolio.
“In Gdańsk, we already manage a historical building on Długa street and the modern office buildings Neon and C200. With the addition of Tensor, we have over 85,000 sqm of office space under our supervision. I am extremely pleased to see such a dynamic development of the office market in regional cities and the growing interest of international companies in locating their businesses here. The Tensor complex is another property where our dedicated team will make every effort to ensure that the tenants who have chosen it as their headquarters have the best possible experience of being there. In the era of hybrid working, this is an extremely important aspect that can influence employees’ willingness to come to the office,” says Agnieszka Krzekotowska, Senior Partner, Head of Property Management.
The attractiveness of the regional office property market in Poland remains high, and the situation in Tri-City only confirms this.
“Its location in the heart of Central and Eastern Europe, access to a skilled workforce and the high standard of buildings, which incorporate innovative technological and ecological solutions, make Poland the leader within the region. Tri-City was ranked third – not including Warsaw – in the country in terms of new supply growth in the third quarter of 2022. We are therefore delighted that we will be supporting Investika realitní fond and Bud Holdings during the renegotiation and commercialisation of space in the Tensor buildings, especially as the complex is distinguished by its excellent location, and the proximity of the Port of Gdynia will certainly be appreciated by companies specialising in the maritime economy and operating in the offshore sector. We would like to thank the entire asset management team, Investika investiční společnost, for their trust,” says Izabela Disterheft, Regional Director in Tri-City.