JLL and CBRE have been selected by Immobel Poland as agents responsible for the commercialization process of Central Point in Warsaw. The investment is being built on the corner of Marszałkowska and Świętokrzyska Streets and above an intersection of the only two metro lines in Warsaw.
“The main goal during construction works of Central Point is to create a sustainable building that will perfectly reflect the prestige of its location. Central Point will be located in the heart of Warsaw, just above the intersection of two metro lines, close to the Palace of Culture and Science and other major business and cultural investments. This innovative project will perfectly adapt to the current needs of the inhabitants and most of all, to the building’s users,” said Olivier Thiel, Managing Director, Immobel Poland.
Central Point will offer 19,000 sqm of office space on 21 floors, and over 1,000 sq m on the ground floor space dedicated to services. Tenants will be able to enjoy the terraces on the fourth and seventh floor as well as a mezzanine on the twenty first floor, showing panoramic views of the city of Warsaw. Central Point is targetted BREEAM “Excellent”, confirming the developer’s focus on the high standards of sustainable construction. The building was designed by Biuro Projektowe Kazimierski i Ryba and Arquitectonica. The construction is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2021.
“Central Point will be fully integrated in the Świętokrzyska metro station, offering its end users great mobility solutions. The location combined with the service aspect of the building will allow for the creation of a project that will become a vibrant part of the city. We are convinced that the building will meet all the expectations of international tenants, for whom the office is a strategic element of their image and employer branding strategy,” Tomasz Czuba, Head of Office Leasing, JLL.
“The capital’s central business area is still one of the locations most sought after by tenants. Interest in this place on the map of Warsaw is not weakening, as evidenced by the very low vacancy rate in office buildings, amounting to only 5.9 percent. Only last year, the area of offices rented here totaled over 100,000 sqm. We have no doubt that Central Point is a very attractive place for its future employees,” said Radosław Pawlak, Director of Investor Leasing at Advisory & Transaction Services, Office, CBRE.