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Skanska wins first lease agreements in Dominikański office building

Skanska Property Poland signed a contract with a branch of Deloitte, the global professional services firm, for the lease of office space in Dominikański office building, currently under construction. Skanska Group local branches will also move into the building.

Deloitte, represented in the negotiation process by a Polish branch of the multinational Knight Frank Group (real estate consultancy), leased 1,335 sqm of office space in the Dominikański building. The Wrocław branch of Deloitte will be relocated to the new office in October 2015, transferring from Grunwaldzki Center office complex, developed by Skanska in 2009.

“While relocating our office in Wrocław, Deloitte will increase the space occupied, corresponding with the growth of our operations in the Lower Silesia region. Planning the interior design of our new office will be an opportunity to create an innovative place to work, in line with our needs and the latest trends,” said Barbara Mogielnicka, Administrative Director at Deloitte.

Skanska Group local Wrocław branches will occupy almost 2,400 sqm in the Dominikański building. Their move to the new office is planned for September 2015.

Dominikański is an A Class office complex, currently under development in the center of Wrocław. It will offer a GLA of around 40,000 sqm, making it the biggest office project currently under construction in Wrocław.

Dominikański is being developed in line with the green building principles and has been precertified in the LEED system with a Gold rating. Architectural project comes from the Medusa Group. Skanska S.A. is the general contractor, while Skanska Property Poland is in charge of commercialization. The first stage of the project will be completed in the second quarter of 2015.

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