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Kulczyk Silverstein Properties appoints Savills to lease office space in Ethos

Kulczyk Silverstein Properties has instructed Savills to lease office space in Ethos, high-class office and retail complex located at the bustling Three Crosses Square in Warsaw. The building will be extended and will undergo intensive revitalisation supervised by Maas Projekt and Chapman Taylor Warsaw office.

Upon completion, Ethos will feature over 16,000 sqm of Class A office space and modern retail space. The building will offer two separate representative reception lobbies serviced by 4 high-speed lifts each. Typical office floor plate of 3,000 sqm will be one of the largest floor plates in the city centre of Warsaw.

“We are looking forward to cooperating with Savills team on this outstanding project. Our new development will be the most prominent and desirable address in Warsaw with class unmatched by other properties along the Royal Route. We truly hope our efforts to deliver the product of the highest quality both in terms of functional and architectural solutions will be the cornerstones of ETHOS success on the Warsaw office market,” said Piotr Trzciński, Head of Asset Management at KSP.

Ethos is intended to meet BREEAM Certification requirements at the level “Excellent”. This commitment is focused on minimising buildings’ carbon footprint and is implemented in all KSP’s commercial developments.

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