The ranks of building's lessees have been reinforced by GEA Westfalia Separator Polska Ltd. and canteen La Bocca. The first produces creamers and decanters, which are used in industries such as food, chemical and pharmaceutical. The enterprise has rented around 300 m2 in Batory Office Building II. In turn, La Bocca canteen rented around 317 m2 in the building's lobby. Thanks to these transactions, at the moment the building is commercialized in 80%.
Acording to the company responsible for commercializing the building, Liebrecht & wooD, the structure's advanatage is its location- on Aleje Jerozolimskie, and thanks to that near Salomea-Wolica Route. That express road allows to reach Chopin Airport in short time and grants easier access to Cracow and Katowice.
Kamila Zębik from Liebrecht & wooD comments: In many European capitals office complexes are being created in city's outskirts, close to highways and airports. The south-western part of Warsaw is becoming the capital's another important business center. We were one of the first to notice this place's business potential, realizing office projects on Aleje Jerozolimskie alredy in the 90s.
Batory Office Building II offers a total of over 7800 m2 of rent area. The building was completed in year 2009. The twin building Batory Office I was sold by Liebrecht & wooD in 2008.