The partnerships like the World Bank, which occupies 880 sq. m in the building, and Genworth Financial, the office of which occupies 314 sq. m, decided to extend their lease agreements for five years. Moreover, Inmedio kiosk joined the group of tenants. The contract was concluded for 10 years. Inmedio kiosk will be situated in a premises with the area of ca. 40 sq. m on the ground floor of the building. Additionally, the network structure owned by HDS Poland will offer not only national and foreign pressbooks, but also sweets, drinks and service products.
The skyscraper, which is located at the crossroads of Emilia Plater and Świętokrzyska Streets, will offer 50 000 sq. m of rentable area class A+. It was commissioned in 1998 and it initiated the building of the Central Business District. The owner of the structure was replaced in the last quarter of 2012 with Allianz Real Estate and Curzon Capital Partners III consortium, an investment fund managed by Tristan Capital Partners.
All companies often follow their willingness to generate some savings while searching for a proper office, whereas the easiest way to reach this objective is staying in a foregoing location – if it fulfills certain expectations, of course. As the owner of Warsaw Financial Center, we concentrate on long-term relations with tenants – says Artur Lis, Asset Manager Portfolio & Asset Management in Tristan Capital Partners. – There are not only global corporations, legal offices and banks among the tenants of WFC, but also international organizations. The best example of it is the World Bank which has been present in the building for 17 years – he adds.
At present, there are over 60 Polish and international companies in the portfolio of Warsaw Financial Center. Last year, the structure received ecological LEED certificate in „Existing buildings” category.