Warsaw, September 3, 2014 – The first tenants have moved into the recently opened Corner House office building in the Mokotów district of Warsaw. Colliers International, representing the owner of the site, has acquired as tenants Bank Pocztowy, LendOn and Jeronimo Martins.
Bank Pocztowy moved into the building in June this year and took over 80% of the building’s space (3200 sqm). LendOn, which specialises in cash loans, has leased an entire floor (about 500 sqm) and has been present in the building since July. The Biedronka discount chain will occupy retail space on the ground floor (330 sqm) and will open later this year.
“Corner House has been fully leased before putting the property into use. It is very satisfying, especially in the context of constantly increasing supply in the Warsaw market. Tenants looking for office space in Mokotów appreciate the prestige of the investment and its small-scale character,” says Marcin Kowal of Colliers, a specialist in the Office Space Department | Landlord Representation.
Corner House is a modern class A office building, with a leasable area of approximately 3500 sqm. It offers 57 parking spaces in the underground car park for its tenants. The building is situated in a prestigious location in Mokotów on ul. Puławska, the main artery of the district. Arkadia Park, Królikarnia Palace and the Warszawianka water park are in the vicinity. Bus and tram stops are located practically in front of the building, and Wierzbno metro station is no further than 300 m. The city centre can be reached, even in rush hour, in 10 minutes. The owners of the building are the shareholders of Universal Properties Group and Real Managements S.A.