New Work has just celebrated the opening of the first phase of its business center at the Wola Retro development, with 1,000 sqm of flex offices and a 200 sqm conference center. This will be followed by 3,000 sqm of corporate office space, which will be available for mid-size and corporate clients.
Wola Retro business center is located in an intensively developing part of Wola – at the corner of Skierniewicka and Siedmiogrodzka streets, Warsaw. This well-connected location enjoys easy access to public transport, including the nearby Rondo Daszyńskiego”underground station and the Płocka underground station currently under construction, as well as numerous tram and bus stops. For those who travel by car, there are very quick road connections from this city center location to Chopin Airport, the A2 motorway and many towns around the city.
Wola Retro is a harmoniously arranged complex consisting of an historic three-story building from the 1930s – a monument to Polish modernism – as well as two Class-A office buildings, one 9 stories and the second 13 stories tall, that tower above the historical building. The complex offers over 20,000 sqm of rentable office space. The authors of the project are two noteworthy architects from the highly-acclaimed Kuryłowicz & Associates design office: Prof. Ewa Kuryłowicz and Piotr Żabicki.
In the building’s common areas, the tenants can profit from an extensive Zdrofit gym complex. In the immediate area around Wola Retro, there are many trendy gastronomic and service points that can be reached in moments on foot. Many prime, new housing developments in the vicinity guarantee further infrastructure development in the neighborhood. There are 308 parking spaces under the Wola Retro complex. Additional facilities include parking spaces for bikes, mopeds and motorbikes, as well cloak rooms and showers for cyclists.
New Work Wola Retro offers modern, stylish, fully equipped flex offices targeting mostly mid-size and bigger companies. The concept includes 360° Reception Services and conference facilities. This is New Work’s fifth location in the Polish capital. New Work currently operates in 25 locations in CEE including Budapest, Kyiv, Bucharest and Prague, with a combined serviced area of 53,000 sqm.
“With this opening we are expanding our offer of working space in Warsaw to approx. 11,000 sqm. Our goal is to increase it to 25,000 sqm by the end of 2020. This will enable our clients to use our extensive service network, which we will be providing in more than 10 locations in Warsaw in the near future. The concept on letting sqm to our tenants plus providing additional services on demand by a “tick the box” functionality allows us to take bigger space than usual (3,000-5,000 sqm per location) and provide it to Furtune 500 and mid-size companies on flexible terms,” said Hubert Abt, CEO and founder of New Work.