by Property Forum | Office

Cushman & Wakefield consolidate its Warsaw headquarters at The Warsaw HUB in the city’s new business centre. The global commercial real estate services company will occupy nearly 2,500 sqm of office space in the skyscraper.


The agreement between Cushman & Wakefield and the developer Ghelamco, has been signed for a term of 7 years. The company will occupy nearly 2,500 sqm of office space on the 18th and 19th storeys of tower B in The Warsaw HUB.

“As real estate experts, we know the importance of a workplace that aids balanced workstyle, collaboration and knowledge sharing. In our business, the proper workplace is crucial in delivering the highest quality services and the best results for our clients. After the move we will finally have our Warsaw team under one roof, working together in a world-class space that encourages innovation and creativity, but first and foremost – helps us attract and retain the best talent. Like other workplaces of the future, our new office will evolve to meet the changing needs of our employees and clients. The hospitality-focused space and approach will showcase and test new, cutting-edge technologies, materials, furniture and tools,” says Charles Taylor, Partner, Head of Cushman & Wakefield Poland.

“We care for the health and wellbeing of our team. We constantly implement new, often proprietary, solutions to enable employees to pursue a healthy and balanced lifestyle. We believe that an attractive and tailored work environment, as well as the availability of a rest and relaxation zone in the office, are a key to employee performance,” says Kinga Bloch, Partner, HR Director, Cushman & Wakefield.

The Warsaw HUB is a modern and multifunctional complex of high-rise buildings, which is being built in the fastest developing part of Warsaw, at Rondo Daszyńskiego in Wola district. It will consist of three skyscrapers: an 86-metre hotel building and two 130-metre office towers, which will be joined by a five-storey foundation.

The complex will combine all functions which are necessary for the modern business to operate. The 113,000 sqm of space will offer state-of-the-art office premises, a conference centre, hotels, a convenience centre, a fitness club, coworking space, and The Heart Warsaw centre of cooperation between corporations and start-ups.

The project will provide its future tenants with numerous solutions including access to and navigation around the building using a smartphone, a car recognition system in the underground car park, and a charging station for electric cars.