In the office owned by Kulczyk Silverstein Properties (KSP), the Warsaw department of Bird & Bird chain will occupy 960 sq. m of space.
The history of international Bird & Bird legal office dates back to 1846. The chain owns 27 offices in Europe, Asia, in the Middle East and Australia, in which it hires over 1100 employees. The Polish office provides legal services in the area of protection including intelectual property, IT, cloud computing and personal data. Moreover, it counsels in regulation matters for banking, insurance, IT, e-commerce, telecommunication and pharmaceutic sectors as well as with research and development projects, including the area of technology.The legal office is famous from the strong practice of solving conflicts and consultancy concerning mergers and overtakings. International rankings: Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, Legal 500, World Trademark Review, Intellectual Asset Management – World's Best Patent Practicioners favor the Polish Bird & Bird legal office in many law areas, especially intellectual property and new technologies.
The extension of our area is the result of the further development of the company. The new office was planned for 80-person team (including 50 lawyers). In spite of many interesting offers, we decided to choose a trusted partner – KSP. We have been in Stratos buildng since 2010. Within last four years we had a chance to experience a professional, effective and kind cooperation with administration and service of the structure. In 2013, KSP renovated thoroughly the lobby, the building has a large underground garage and perfect location in the center of the city. The advantages of the building class A, that is usefulness and prestige, Stratos combines with comfort and cosiness – says Maciej Gawroński, managing partner in Warsaw Bird & Bird office.
Currently, Stratos Office Center is rented in 91 per cent. Furthermore, there are jointly 10 330 sq. m of modern office space class A in the structure and 166 sq. m of commercial area and 182 sq. m intended for a warehouse. The group of present tenants includes BRE Leasing, Belgium Embassy, and Antal International. They may enjoy 169 parking places in a 3-storey underground garage and representative lobby. The project was realized in 2000 by a Viennese developer, Karimpol company. The purchase of Pramerica Real Estate Investors in 2011 was the first transaction realized by Kulczyk Silverstein Properties.