The Landlord Representation team of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield will continue the commercialization of Lipiński Passage and Zebra Tower in Warsaw. The owner of both office buildings is Union Investment.
“Lipiński Passage and Zebra Tower are ones of the most recognizable office buildings in the capital. Union Investment has extended our mandate to commercialize both schemes, which is evidence that the owner is confident that we will continue to spare no effort in carrying out our tenant-mix strategy to maintain the highest possible occupancy rates,” said Anna Górska-Kwiatkowska, Partner, Landlord Representation, Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield.
Zebra Tower is a 16-floor office tower offering more than 18,000 sqm of modern office space in a prime business location in Warsaw, near Jazdy Polskiej Roundabout and close to the Pole Mokotowskie park. It enjoys easy access to the centre of the city as it is located in the immediate vicinity of the Politechnika metro station, and many bus and tram stops. Zebra Tower has been certified LEED Gold for its top-grade office space.
Lipiński Passage is a refurbished, historic building in the very heart of Warsaw, opposite Central Railway Station and the Palace of Culture and Science. It offers over 6,000 sq m of premium office space spread over six aboveground floors, with office units sized between 60 and 1,000 sq m. The building also has an underground car park. Cushman & Wakefield, together with Knight Frank, are commissioned to commercialize Lipinski.
Union Investment is a leading European real estate investor specializing in open real estate funds for private and institutional investors, and with more than EUR 40 billion in assets under management. Its portfolio includes some 400 commercial properties and projects across Germany and other European countries, Americas, Asia and Pacific.
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