Lawyers stay in Mokotowska Square

Mokotowska Square - renewed historical facade, which emphasizes the classical and elegant style of the building
Wolf Theiss legal office renewed the foregoing lease contract for more than 1000 sq. m of office space in Mokotowska Square. The legal office is to stay on the last sixth floor of the building.

Wolf Theiss, which belongs to the group of leading legal offices in the CEE/SEE region, renewed the foregoing lease contract for office space on the sixth floor of Mokotowska Square. The legal office was advised by the experts of JLL during the process of renewing its lease contract, whereas the owner of the building – Deka Immobilien GmbH fund – was represented by Knight Frank.


Our clients, lawyers and team agree that Mokotowska Square is a perfect address for Wolf Theiss. The building is situated in the strict city center in close proximity to many companies, embassies or public institutions. Additionally, it has a close access to numerous modes of transport and the broad offer of facilitations. The finishing standard is at global level. We are pleased about the professional service of JLL and model cooperation with Deka fund as well as representative team of Knight Frank – says Ron Given, Co-Managing Partner of Wolf Theiss.


Mokotowska Square offers nearly 15 000 sq. m in total. The office is situated in the city center of Warsaw at Mokotowska 49 Street. Tenants of the building and their guests have 60 parking places at their disposal. The highest tier has a view of the panorama of Warsaw. Moreover, the office has a renewed historical façade, which emphasizes the classical and elegant character of the building.


Mokotowska Square is a special building in our portfolio, which is distinctive in many aspects. It is the office icon of Warsaw from the 1950s. The building has returned to its former glory thanks to thorough modernization. Now it is vibrant again. Its renovated and characteristic façade attracts attention, whereas the perfect exposition of the building guarantees its recognition. Additionally, the location of Mokotowska Square is also of great importance; the structure is situated at the true Warsaw high street between stylish Three Crosses Square and fashionable Zbawiciela Square. Although the building is located in the strict city center, the atmosphere of the neighborhood does not overwhelm and allows for a moment of respite. Therefore, tenants usually make a decision about renewing their contracts in Mokotowska Square – says Daniel Pater, Asset Manager, who runs the office of Deka Immobilien in Poland.


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