Equator IV, the office property under construction in the Warsaw district of Ochota, has a new tenant: the professional business service provider Inoffice Group. The leader in the Warsaw serviced office sector will move into the property at 100 Aleje Jerozolimskie in early September. The new tenant will take up the entire 10th floor with nearly 1,500 sqm of space in the office property owned by Karimpol.
Inoffice Group is a Polish provider of serviced offices, virtual offices and meeting rooms. The central location of Equator IV in the business district of Warsaw will support the new tenant’s professional services on the Warsaw property market. In the process of commercialization Inoffice Group was represented by Pro Value. It is not the first tenant in Equator IV: Karimpol has already signed a lease with the fitness club Zdrofit which will take up 1,662 sqm of space on two floors of Equator IV to create one of its biggest locations in Warsaw. JLL and Colliers are jointly responsible for the commercialization of the project.
“We have successfully attracted big tenants of our office property. We are glad that the commercialization of the investment project has been efficient. Equator IV is clearly one of the prime locations for lease in the Warsaw district of Ochota, and it is the only office building on Aleje Jerozolimskie which will be finished [in 2018],” said Andrzej Lany, Director of Asset Management in Karimpol Polska.
Equator IV is an A class building and will have almost 35,000 sqm of total space including 20,130 sqm of lettable area dedicated to offices and 682 sqm on the ground dedicated to commercial and service outlets as well as food. The office tower and its surroundings will be fully accessible to people with disabilities. Equator IV is a BREEAM certified building (Very Good) designed by APA Wojciechowski.
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