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BNP Paribas Real Estate to manage five office buildings owned by GLL Real Estate Partners

BNP Paribas Real Estate has been appointed by GLL Real Estate Partners to manage five office buildings; four located in Warsaw and one in Wrocław.

The GLL Real Estate Partners portfolio to be managed by BNP Paribas Real Estate comprises the following office buildings having a total area of more than 43,000 sqm:

Griffin House (Warszawa, Śródmieście, Pl. Trzech Krzyży 18)
Liberty Corner (Warszawa, Śródmieście, ul. Mysia 5)
Renaissance (Warszawa, Śródmieście, Mokotowska 19)
Marynarska Point II (Warszawa, Mokotów, ul. Postępu 15 C)
Green Day (Wrocław, Centrum, ul. Szczytnicka 9)

“The office buildings included in the GLL Real Estate Partners portfolio are some of the most recognizable and prestigious office properties in Warsaw,” commented Grzegorz Dudziak, Head of Property Management at BNP Paribas Real Estate for Central and Eastern Europe. “Our aim is to support the client in the process of maximization of the value of their properties through provision of top quality services, which is what places our company in a leading position on the European real estate consultancy services market.”

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