by Ákos Budai | Investment

Skanska has sold Atrium 2 to HANSAINVEST Hanseatische Investment-GmbH, one of the largest investment companies in Germany. Located near Rondo ONZ, Atrium 2 is Skanska’s eighth and newest investment to be developed in the business centre of Warsaw. The building has three tenants Credit Suisse, DLA Piper and Bravura Solutions.


During the sales process, HANSAINVEST Hanseatische Investment-GmbH was advised by MF Capital, JLL acted as the exclusive agent for Skanska. Legal advisers for the transaction were Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak for the purchaser and Dentons for the seller.
 
“The centre of Warsaw, where we mainly operate in, is witnessing more and more new office buildings coming to market. Skanska is the biggest developer in this part of Warsaw – since 1995 we have developed approximately 135,000 sqm. Atrium 2 is a more intimate project, with standards and aesthetics equal to that of any Class A building in Europe. From project to project we set the bar higher and always try to be a few steps ahead of the market – we look to build in an innovative way and to better understand peoples’ needs in terms of working space and a building's surroundings”, commented Arkadiusz Rudzki, Managing Director at Skanska Property Poland.
 
“With Atrium 2 we are able to further diversify our real assets portfolio. It is our first investment in Poland and we are looking forward to investing even more in this exciting market”, added Nicholas Brinckmann, Managing Director of HANSAINVEST.
 
Atrium 2’s overall leasable space totals 20,000 sqm on 15 floors above ground and four below. There are 78 loggias at the tenants’ disposal, the building offers 126 parking places and 40 bicycle racks. The project will be LEED Platinum certified. Warsaw-based PRC Architekci studio is the author of its architectural design, Skanska S.A. is the general contractor and Skanska Property Poland is responsible for the building’s commercialization.