Savills Investment Management (Savills IM), a global real estate investment manager, has signed a new agreement at the office complex Gdański Business Center in Warsaw. The new tenant is ALSO Group, which has decided to lease 2,625 sqm of office space in Building C.
ALSO Group is a leading technology provider for the ICT industry, operating in 30 European countries and 144 countries worldwide through partners.
Julia Racewicz, Head of Asset Management, Office & Logistics, at Savills Investment Management Poland, said: “We are truly pleased that ALSO Group has chosen the Gdański Business Center complex for its seat. The excellent location, modern office space and wide range of amenities and services available both on-site and in the surrounding area are assets valued by all our tenants. Hence I am confident that Gdański Business Center will fulfil the expectations of each employee of ALSO Group.”
Hanna Osetek-Pasquet Chief Customer Officer, ALSO Polska Sp. z o.o., commented: “This move marks an important milestone in our company growth and represents our commitment to providing the best experience for our customers and employees. We couldn’t be happier with the modern facilities and improved infrastructure that this space offers. It gives us flexibility and room to grow for years to come.”
Gdański Business Center is a modern complex consisting of four class A office buildings in the centre of Warsaw. The development was completed in 2014 (phase 1) and 2016 (phase 2). Apart from the office space, the complex also features restaurants, a café, a beauty salon, a kindergarten, a medical centre, the Zdrofit fitness club, and a public courtyard with greenery and street furniture elements. Gdański Business Center offers 1,379 underground and 76 on-grade parking spots, and biking infrastructure with 416 bicycle racks, changing rooms and showers. The tenants of the complex include Provident Polska, KPMG, Allianz, Philip Morris, Euronet, KMD, Uber, Nielsen, and Dell.
The property, which was awarded a BREEAM Excellent certificate, was purchased by Savills IM on behalf of a global pension fund.