The new headquarters of the company Savills is located in the Regus business centre, on the first floor of Andersia Business Center, located on Plac Andersa 7 in Poznań.
One of the advantages of the relocation of our office to Regus, which we considered, was immediately available, fully furnished and equipped office space for rent on flexible terms, says Tomasz Buras, Director of Office Space Department in Savills. Our local team, consisting of two people, is looking forward to working in a dynamic business environment and we believe that this atmosphere will additionally boost their commitment and efficiency. I am convinced that the elegant reception hall, helpful staff of Regus and a prestigious address will represent the brand and values of Savills in a proper way, he adds.
We are delighted that Savills decided to relocate its office to the new centre Regus in Poznań. Our companies have been cooperating around the world for years, so maintaining close relationships with this leading consulting company on real estate market is very important to us, comments Katarzyna Przybyszewska, Area Director in Regus.
Poznań is the fourth largest office market in Poland, offering more than 305 300 sq. m of office space, according to Savills. The Financial Times listed Poznań as one of top ten European locations for investments. Local authorities give strong support for modern business services and high-tech producers, as well as for local small and medium-sized companies. Business services sector should benefit from the fact that Poznań is an important university city with a large number of students and graduates, in particular of departments of economics. The largest tenants in Poznań include companies such as: Allegro, Carlsberg, Samsung, Franklin Templeton, McKinsey, IKEA Usługi finansowe, MAN Accounting Center and Roche, informs Piotr Skuza, negotiator in the Office Space Department of Savills in Poznań.
Experts expect increase in the office space resources in Poznań by approximately 70 000 sq. m at the end of 2015. This supply may cause some fluctuations in the level of vacancies and pressure on rents. At the end of 2013, 14.1 per cent of offices in the city was not rented - relatively a large amount in comparison with other regional cities.