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ECO Prosta Office Center received BREEAM

Prosta Office Centre
Prosta Office Centre
The Warsaw office building received the green BREEAM In-Use International certificate with a very good grade.

Prosta Office Center is owned by CBRE Global Investors. The office structure, which is located in the Warsaw Wola district, received a very good grade in the building management category in the BREEAM In-Use International certification system.

 

The obtainment of the BREEAM ecological certificate confirms both a high quality of applied solutions in the office and standard of the building’s management. Essentially, the certificate reflects the care about a constant improvement of the existing building and minimization of its impact on the natural environment – says Adrian Bojczuk, Senior Consultant in Office Area Letting Department, JLL.

 

Along with LEED, BREEAM is the most famous certification system in the world which is based on many criteria. The certification process analyses such parameters as i.a. energy and water consumption, CO2 emission, application of eco-friendly solutions and materials, health and comfort of employees or issues related to the building's management. BREEAM In-Use involves commissioned structures.

 

Prosta Office Center is an office located in the neighborhood of Rondo Daszyńskiego metro station. It was commissioned in 2007 and it offers over 18 000 sq. m of space within 10 tiers. The exclusive agent responsible for letting is JLL.

 


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