Last year Globalworth confirmed its strong position in Central and Eastern Europe by signing leases for a combined 87,500 sqm in Poland. This result comprises new contracts for office and retail-gastronomy space, extensions of existing contracts and enlargements of areas leased by tenants.
“Last year was one of the most difficult and not just for our industry. However, this gave us an additional goal to finish it with very good results despite the unfavourable conditions. All the more, we feel huge satisfaction that we have met the challenge. This is the result of the hard work of our in-house asset and leasing managers, engineers, lawyers, property managers and all the other members of the Globalworth Poland team. This is also the outcome of the exceptional offer of our properties, which include central micro-locations, excellent access to public transportation and very high standard spaces which thanks to numerous refurbishments are able to compete successfully even with new developments. The excellent quality of our in-house services was also not of unimportance as well as our active approach to our tenants, who we offered flexible solutions tailored to the current circumstances in the market. Since we are not only the owners but also the managers of all of our buildings, we could be even closer to our tenants and what is even more important, react quickly and effectively to their needs”, says Artur Apostoł, the Managing Director for Real Estate Operations Poland at Globalworth.
Among the companies that in 2022 took the decision to continue working with Globalworth in Poland were the Haitong Group (1,200 sqm) and ASB Poland (1,900 sqm) in the Skylight & Lumen complex in Warsaw as well as EcoVadis (1,900 sqm) in the Spektrum Tower in Warsaw. Furthermore, among the new leases signed in 2022, it is worth mentioning the contracts with Deloitte (1,300 sqm in Renoma in Wrocław), Westrock (800 sqm in Quattro Business Park in Kraków), and Kakadu Zoo (1,600 sqm in Warsaw Trade Tower).
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