Occupancy permit for Malta House

Malta House office building in Poznań, phot. Anna Gregorczyk
Malta House office building in Poznań, phot. Anna Gregorczyk
Tenants may already move into Poznań project of Skanska.

Malta House office building is located by Lake Malta in Poznań. It provides comfortable working conditions and allows for reducing operating costs due to modern solutions. The investor, Skanska company, has just received the occupancy permit.

Currently, the last finishing works are proceeding. Franklin Templeton Investments, Ciber – IT firm, and Poznań branches of Skanska will move into the building in the nearest future. An open canteen will be situated on the ground floor. The investor informs of currently conducting advanced talks concerning leasing the remaining office and commercial space.

Malta House is distinguished by the biggest space of one floor in Poznań – 3 140 sqm. It is an asset from tenants' point of view, since by dint of this they will be able to arrange the interior in accordance with their own requirements.

In my opinion, Malta House is currently one of the most attractive office buildings in Poznań. It is already very popular among prospective tenants, due to its perfect location, low charges, and unique working conditions. Who would not like to work at a desk with a view of a lake, and have a break sitting in a green garden on the roof? - asks Arkadiusz Rudzki, Leasing & Asset Director, Skanska Property Poland.

The office block has been built in accordance with sustainable construction guidelines, due to which tenants may count on lower operating costs and comfortable working conditions. The building will have by 30 per cent more fresh air than standard structures of this kind in Poznań. The air will also be appropriately humidified owing to water mist. What is also interesting is the building's front, which seems to be saw-shaped not only because of aesthetic reasons. It aims at reduction of building's heating from the east and west, as well as providing maximum access of daylight.

The research shows that tenants of the so-called green buildings tend to be ill less often owing to working in perfectly adjusted internal environment. Consequently, the workers of such buildings spend almost 3 days a year less on sick leave, and their efficiency is by nearly 4 per cent higher than in other office buildings. And this results in financial profits – let's not forget that employee benefits usually form even 60-80 per cent of firm's expenses – says Devin Saylor, Director for Sustainable Development, Skanska Commercial Development Europe.


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