This year’s edition of MIPIM Market in Cannes takes place from 11 to 14 March 2014. The developer company HB Reavis, operating in Europe, goes to France to show four projects made in Poland, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom: Gdański Business Center, Postępu 14, Metronom Business Center and 33 King William Street.
This year’s edition of MIPIM is one of the most important events in our calendar this year. The MIPIM market is important both from the point of view of HB Reavis, as well as due to its importance for the industry, informs Stanislav Frnka, CEO of HB Reavis Poland. For HB Reavis, it is not only a unique opportunity to present itself as a team, but also to show four new projects and plans for further development. Two of the presented investments are located in Warsaw, which is for us the strategic area of activity in the coming years. In addition, we want to be more visible on this market with our exceptional solutions, which we will present at MIPIM, he adds.
The developer will present the Polish projects at the stall of capital city of Warsaw. We are proud that we implement our projects in Warsaw. HB Reavis’ investments have become an important and visible part of the city, and that is why we will be available to the public also at Warsaw stall during MIPIM, explains Stanislav Frnka.
HB Reavis operates on six markets on Europe, whereas currently the most important area of operation for the company is in Warsaw.
The first project, which the developer will show in Cannes, is Gdański Business Center. The complex is being built in the northern part of the central business district in Warsaw and will consist of two buildings - 16- and 8-storey. In total, it will offer 46 500 sq. m GLA.
The second project in Warsaw is Postępu 14, an office complex located on Marynarska Street. The total area of the building is 34 000 sq. m GLA.
HB Reavis’ project in the Czech Republic is Metronom Business Center, located in Prague 5, the city’s commercial district. The building offers more than 34 000 sq. m.
In 2013, the developer started the project 33 King William Street in the United Kingdom, between the Bank of London and the London Bridge. The building will offer 21 344 sq. m of office, service and commercial space. The building, designed by John Robertson Architects, is to be finished in the second half of 2016.
Currently, HB Reavis has 160 000 sq. m of office space under construction.