Intive, a global technology company, will move into myhive Crown Tower, an office building located close to the Rondo Daszyńskiego metro station. The new tenant decided to lease a myoffice serviced office with 62 desks in the flexible myhive format. The tenant was represented in the transaction by the advisory firm Savills.
Intive is the leading partner in digital transformation across such industries as automotive, fintech, media and communications, retail, manufacturing and cutting-edge technologies. As well as enjoying a new customised office, myoffice users will have full access to additional amenities supporting daily in-office work and exciting special events.
“Intive has been going from strength to strength in Poland and to accommodate our impressive growth we will soon need to tap into the potential of modern flex offices. Lease flexibility is fundamental to us as it will allow us to adapt the number of desks to our requirements. Another advantage of our new office is its location in the very heart of the new tech hub of Warsaw,” says Marta Budna, Head of Global Administration and Real Estate, Intive.
The tenant was advised in the transaction process by Savills, which also provided integrated commercial advisory.
“Warsaw has one of the most mature IT labour markets in Central and Eastern Europe. Between 2018 and 2022, IT companies took a particular liking to the capital’s central hubs, mainly the City Centre West office subzone, as shown by their 41 percent share of lease transactions, excluding renegotiations, signed in this area. The strength of the local market is further evidenced by a rich portfolio of successful investment projects and the growth of not only large global brands such as Google, Netflix, and Samsung, but also start-ups,” says Jarosław Pilch, Head of Office Agency, Tenant Representation, Savills, and Head of Workthere Poland.
According to Workthere.pl, Savills flexible office space platform, coworking clients are increasingly reporting requirements for more than 50 desks. The coworking space mostly attracts tech companies, especially providers of cloud-based solutions, software and game developers.
Myoffice is a serviced office format of the international flexible office space brand myhive, which is managed by the CPI Property Group.