Warsaw Trade Tower awakens interest

Warsaw Trade Tower office building in Warsaw
Warsaw Trade Tower office building in Warsaw
In the first quarter of 2013, eight rental agreements were finalized in Warsaw Trade Tower in Warsaw.

Dago Centrum, Asec, Teletrade and Best Flights will join the circle of tenants in Warsaw Trade Tower. The extensions of lease agreements were signed by Avanssur, Inter Partner Assistance, X-Press Couriers and international company for the financial sector. The building owner, AISEE II fund, for which Hetman International provides services of Asset Management, represented Jones Lang LaSalle during the transaction.


The building is located at ul. Chłdona 51, in Wola district. It is one of the highest office buildings in Middle-East Europe region and has 208 meters of height. The building offer 45 000 sqm of rental space. The guests may use a free parking, located at the building entrance, which is crucial especially when the parking fees in this region of the city were established.


The facility holds such tenants as AXA, KPMG or Mattel. One of the new tenants is Dago Centrum Tower, Polish company offering a rent for small offices, conference halls on so-called instant office basis.


Warsaw Trade Tower fulfilled high technical and quality expectations,and also offered an attractive space on the 36th floor. New Dago Centrum location is not only prestigious, but at the same time guarantees an excellent illumination with a very effective usage of the floor surface, and the attractive view from a rented space will meet the approval and recognition of our clients, says Michał Kuropieska, Leasing Director of Dago Centrum.


Asec – the supply leader and the contactless inteligent card system's producer, Teletrade – the company operating in service sector related to Forex market, and Best Flights – which sales flight tickets became additional tenants. The amount of all eight rental transaction is 8 457 sqm.


Recently signed new contract and extensions of current agreements and currently conducted negotiations with the potential buyers confirm that Warsaw Trade Tower finds favor of interest of Polish and international trademarks. The companies appreciate the quality and the prestige of the surface, at the same time attractive rental conditions. Moreover, the facility constitutes an interesting offer as for small companies as for those looking for unique surfaces, which helps to build-up and create a trademark, and helps to endear the clients, states Adrian Bojczuk, Office Space Leasing Consultant in Jones Lang LaSalle.


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