In December 2012 Polish General Delegation of Saint-Gobain moved into the office buidling Iris in Warsaw, a project belonging to Celtic Property Developments SA. The new tenant has occupied 2 400 sq m. The company DTZ represented Saint-Gobain Group in the transaction.
The office building Iris was commissioned in December 2012. It is located in the Mokotów district in 9 Cybernetyki Street and offers approximately 14 300 sq m of modern office space on five storeys. The company JPM Design and Build is responsible for the architectural project.
“Highly functional storey layout, glazed and well-illuminated interiors not only ensure flexible space adaptation to individual tenant's needs, but also influence the comfort of spending time in the communal area of the building,” says Piotr Turchoński, the Construction Department Director at Celtic Asset Management.
The building belonds to Cybernetyki Office Park complex, which also comprises Helios and Luminar office buildings, purchased by German investment fund DEKA Immobilien.
Saint-Gobain operates in the building industry where it manufactures and distributes construction materials. The company promotes energy-saving, environmental and innovative solutions. The groups comes from France and since 1993 Poland has been its main development centre in East-Central Europe.
Celtic Property Development S.A is a holding company that controls a group of dependent subsidiaries. Their business activity deals with development projects on the office and residential market. In the near future the company is planning to commission about 60 000 sq m of office, residential and storage area.