Marynarska Business Park, an office building complex belonging to the Heitman company, is enjoying continued popularity among its tenants. August 2017 saw two lease extensions for almost 1,700 sqm of office space. The lease contracts were signed by Leasing Team Group, the biggest group of personnel advisory companies in Poland, and Business Lease Poland, a company specialising in car fleet management. Additionally, Play expanded its office by 200 sqm. The international advisory company JLL represented the building’s owner in the commercialisation of Marynarska Business Park.
“We are pleased to learn that our tenants appreciate the benefits of Marynarska Business Park and wish to stay with us longer,” says Izabela Kapil, Vice President Portfolio Management Europe in the Heitman company. “It is important that companies do not wait until the very last moment before they decide to prolong their contracts but usually do it long before they expire. It is a sign for us that tenants still regard Marynarska Street as an attractive location for their business offices. This area is undergoing transformations and the tenants want to be a part of the changes. It is worth adding that being located in the direct vicinity of an SKM train station constitutes added value for our complex. It is an effective alternative for buses, trams or cars in the time of temporary difficulties caused by the development of transport infrastructure in Służewiec.”
Numerous infrastructure improvements will make this area increasingly attractive. Townhall, developers and non-governmental organisations have been working hard to meet the challenges connected with the transformation of this part of Warsaw into the biggest office area in Poland.
“Służewiec has been given a second life,” commented Piotr Kamiński, Senior Consultant at JLL. “New tenants keep coming. Many companies decide to prolong their lease contract in this location. Some move to new buildings in Służewiec. Investment funds look favourably on real estate located in Służewiec. New blocks of flats and hotels are being built in the area. The reason for all this is that the reconstruction of Marynarska Street should improve access to this part of Warsaw as early as next year and other infrastructural investments, like connecting Suwak Street with Cybernetyki Street and Woronicza Street with Żwirki i Wigury Avenue, will undoubtedly improve transport in this area.”