Hines, the international real estate investment firm, with a pioneering commitment to sustainability, has acquired two new tenants for the Wola Center office building in Warsaw. The first is Instytut Monitorowania Mediów, which has leased over 600 sqm on the ninth floor, including storage space in the garage. The second is Moovin, a dynamically developing company operating in the interior finishing industry. It will occupy almost 300 sqm on the tenth floor in Wola Center. Both offices are located in tower A, which offers a beautiful view of the city skyline. The contracts have been signed for five years.
“Wola Center attracts new tenants with both its excellent location in the vicinity of one of Warsaw’s largest transport hubs and also with the building’s unique tenant solutions, such as advanced ICT infrastructure or a generator which provides a back-up source of power in case of a blackout. Appropriate installations ensure increased security and continuity of IT systems’ operation, as well as strengthened GSM and LTE signals. Wola Center also offers tenants flexibility in the selection of space based on their unique needs,” says Marta Wiewiórowska-Kudła, leasing manager, Hines Polska.
“An office is a showcase for our services, so it must be representative. For this reason, we attach great importance to the quality of finishing materials and technical infrastructure, as well as to the design of the building. These factors were decisive in our choice of Wola Center. In addition, Hines will implement our showroom project, which will allow us to start working in the new office even faster,” says Dawid Forysiak, CEO at Moovin.
Moovin will move into its new office in April. In turn, Instytut Monitorowania Mediów arrives in Wola Center in June. In signing the lease agreement, Instytut Monitorowania Mediów was advised by Brochocki Law Firm and Moovin by Avison Young.
Wola Center consists of four modern A-class office buildings, offering a total of 34,930 sqm of office and retail space.