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CBRE chooses Warsaw UNIT

CBRE Poland has chosen Ghelamco’s office building Warsaw UNIT as its headquarters. The real estate firm leased more than 4,000 sqm in the developer’s project, which is being built at Rondo Daszyńskiego. CBRE will occupy more than three storeys. The project is planned to be completed in early 2021.

“As the commercial property market in Poland continues to grow dynamically, our company is developing fast, too. 20 years ago, when CBRE was starting its operations in Poland, the team consisted of 23 persons. Now there are more than 500 of us. Our choice of the new headquarters was driven by excellent location and top standards of the building. Warsaw UNIT will be the first skyscraper in Poland to receive the prestigious WELL certificate in its newest v2 Core version. Environmental impact is particularly important for us as we have committed to reducing by 25 percent the carbon footprint of the commercial properties we have influence on as a part of Real Impact Project,” says Daniel Bienias, Managing Director, CBRE.

“We fully appreciate the significance of the fact that the top real estate professionals, who advise their partners on, among others, choosing the most suitable office, have decided to locate their headquarters in Warsaw UNIT. We are convinced that the building will meet the expectations of all employees,” says Jarosław Zagórski, Commercial and Business Development Director, Ghelamco Poland.

The new business centre of Warsaw, which is emerging near Rondo Daszyńskiego, is attracting leading companies from the real estate, insurance and financial sectors. Thanks in large part to Ghelamco’s projects, one of the key office locations is being developed here.

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