Freightliner PL has decided to renew its lease of 1,200 sqm of office space in the International Business Center in Warsaw. Deka Immobilien, the owner of the complex, was represented in the transaction by the real estate advisory firm Savills.
Freightliner PL provides cross-border rail freight services between Poland and Germany and within the two countries using modern rolling stock. It is a large, innovative and dynamic company and a member of the global Genesee & Wyoming Group, whose majority shareholder is Brookfield, a leading investment fund. It has been present in Poland since 2007. Its office occupies an entire floor in International Business Center B, ul. Polna 11.
“We highly value the prime location of our office, so we decided to extend our lease for a couple of years. The IBC, along with nearby facilities, is a perfect fit for the needs of our employees, clients and suppliers,” says Krzysztof Wróbel, Management Board Member, Freightliner PL.
Savills is the sole letting agent for office space in the IBC. The landlord was advised during the lease transaction process with Freightliner PL by Monika Wakulska and Tomasz Stromidło from Savills.
“We are delighted that Freightliner PL trusted us again and chose to stay on in the International Business Center. I am confident that the changes planned for the complex will be appreciated by all tenants and will help bring employees back to the office, which combines the advantages of a prime location in the centre of Warsaw and proximity to the Pole Mokotowskie Park,” says Monika Wakulska, Associate Director, Office Agency, Landlord Representation, Savills.
The International Business Center (IBC) is a Class A+ complex of two buildings with a combined office area of over 36,000 sqm. Its anchor tenants include PwC. The IBC is located in Warsaw, near the Politechnika metro station, enjoying easy access to the city centre and other districts. The owner of the property is real estate fund Deka Immobilien.