The largest tenant of the Norblin Factory, Allegro Group, has decided to expand its existing floor area and leased the last available office space in the complex: two floors in the Galwan building with a total area of nearly 7,800 sqm. The deal completes the commercialisation of office space in the Capital Park Group’s investment project in the Warsaw district of Wola.
Allegro.pl Group leased over 16,200 sqm last summer and became the main tenant of the office space in the complex. The annexe to the lease increases the volume of the deal to nearly 24,000 sqm. The lease completes the commercialisation of office spaces at the Norblin Factory. Allegro employees are already working in the new space. The tenant will be using the entire leased area by the middle of next year.
“The deal proves that it was the right direction to develop yet another project with an urban edge. Office spaces at the Norblin Factory have tailored to the needs of the modern labour market and an entire complex is a vibrant place of high-end entertainment and culture filled with a colourful history of the former factory. I believe that Allegro Group’s employees will appreciate not only the comfortable office space but also the comprehensive offer of one-and-only food, entertainment and cultural concepts which make up the unique atmosphere of their everyday workplace,” said Kinga Nowakowska, Capital Park Group COO and Management Board Member responsible for the revitalisation of the Norblin Factory.
Apart from Allegro, the office space of the Norblin Factory also houses Japan Tobacco International’s Global Business Services Centre (8,500 sqm), the Scandinavian financial service provider SEB Bank (3,300 sqm), the facility management service provider ISS World Services Poland (4,000 sqm), Mount TFI (375 sqm) and City Office (nearly 380 sqm).
The revitalisation of the Norblin Factory in the Warsaw district of Wola on the initiative of Capital Park Group has come to an end after nearly four years.
The post-factory complex has an area of over 65,000 sqm including 41,000 sqm of modern A+ class office space and the remaining 24,000 sqm filled with entertainment, culture, food, service and retail concepts. The Capital Park Group is the investor and originator of the revitalisation of the Norblin Factory. The studio PRC Architekci designed the architecture of the project.
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