Cavatina Holding and PKO Bank Polski have signed a lease agreement for Chmielna 89 building in Warsaw. Total leased area is over 24.000 sqm of office space. The Bank will occupy all of the office floors available in the building. This is one of the biggest transaction concluded on the polish market this year.
The Echo Investment developer has received permission to build the first two office buildings of the Fuzja complex in Łódź. The company can now start an office investment consisting of two buildings. This means entering the next stage of revitalization of the former factory.
The Warsaw office building Spark C was the first in Poland to obtain the demanding WELL Core&Shell certificate. This means that the building has met a number of strict criteria related to health, well-being and work comfort.
At 36 Świętokrzystska Street, in the very center of Warsaw, there is a Skysawa under construction – a modern office complex implemented by Polski Holding Nieruchomości. Diaphragm walls have already been made, which will soon become the walls of the future underground car park.
Develia has signed preliminary contract of sale its most prestigious investment – the Wola Center office building in Warsaw. The value of the transaction with Gisla company, controlled by Hines European Value Fund, was set EUR 101.9 million.
mBank has rented 45.6 thousand sqm of office space in the Mennica Legacy Tower in Warsaw. During negotiations of agreement, rented area increased by 5,600 sqm. Initially it was supposed to be 40,000sqm. About conclusion of an agreement informs social media of Cresa company, which advised bank during negotiations.
The Cavitana Group, which owns the Diamentum Office building in Wrocław, has announced sale of the facility. The first of the two commercial buildings constructed by the Group in Wrocław became the property of Benson Elliot – a British private equity fund. The value of the transaction reached nearly 20 million euros.
Ethos, A class office building located in the center of Warsaw, was sold by Kulczyk Silverstein Properties to a fund managed by Credit Suisse Asset Management. The fund also bought Astoria and confirms the strategy of increasing investments in Polish real estate market.