New Work, a leading flex office operator in Central and Eastern Europe, continues to expand in Poland and is due to make an entry into the Gdańsk market. The company has signed for 4,500 sqm of office space in the Neon building in the Alchemia Complex, with the developer Torus.
New Work provides `Space as a Service` focusing on corporate clients and small and middle enterprises (SME’s), and is already established in five countries in CEE (Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania and Ukraine). The company is currently focused on the most dynamic market – Poland. Having opened new branches in Warsaw, Lodz and Krakow last year, New Work is now set to expand its presence to Gdansk.
“In Poland we are consistently adding new offices to our network to be able to offer prime locations in all relevant cities to our clients. After openings in regional cities such as Lodz and Krakow, we will soon offer our first office in Gdansk. In fact, by the end of 2020 we plan to be present in seven cities in Poland in approximately 15 locations with more than 50,000 sqm,” said Hubert Abt, CEO and founder of New Work.
Currently New Work offers its services in five locations in Warsaw, two locations in Lodz and 1 in Krakow. Over the next few months, the company is looking to expand into Wrocław, Poznań, and Katowice while improving its presence in Warsaw as well. New Work clients have access to flex office solutions in their local city and also to the entire New Work office network in Central and Eastern Europe.
“We are pleased with Alchemia gaining another substantial tenant like New Work. Their entry into Tricity is proof of the region’s attractiveness to investors and their products on offer will surely complement the variety of office space available on the market,” Marcin Piątkowski, Torus Leasing Director, said.
Neon is the fourth and final stage of the Alchemia office centre. The building offers 33,500 sqm of office space. Its ground floor will house several shops and retail services. The space between Neon and its Alchemia sister building, Argon, will form a pedestrian throughway with access to dozens of restaurants and retail services, creating a unique space to meet, eat and unwind. The buildings are certified under the US-based LEED system, having attained the highest possible grade – Platinum. The complex was designed by Warsaw architect studio APA Wojciechowski.
Advising the company during the lease negotiation process was the consultancy Biuro Na Miarę.
“According to our survey the local market requires flexible Office solutions. As a powerful Brand and international player New Work is the perfect partner to offer quality Services at Alchemia and for the region. Global trends show that both international and local companies, require a high-quality product with flexible lease terms, which allows room for growth within the same building. The solutions offered by New Work are a great fit for all sectors. I am pleased that our consultancy Biuro Na Miarę has been able to support the negotiation process between Torus and New Work – it was a success,” Tomasz Węglarz, Biuro Na Miarę Director for Sales Network Expansion, said.