by Ákos Budai | Office

The Polish unit of Swedish IT company Cybercom has leased over 2,500 sqm of space in the Nowa Fabryczna office building developed by Skanska in the city of Łódź. JLL advised Cybercom on the leasing process.


Cybercom Poland is part of the Cybercom group which specialises in providing software in projects for international clients. The company will relocate to the building with its increased team in H2 2017.
Cybercom’s new office will be developed on the crossroads of Knychalskiego and Składowa Streets, only a few minutes’ walk from Dworzec Łódź Fabryczna bus and railway station. Nowa Fabryczna is Skanska’s second office project in Łódź following the fully leased and successfully sold Green Horizon office building. The company has also purchased a plot of land where it is planning to develop Brama Miasta.

Nowa Fabryczna will offer 21,500 sqm of total leasable space on seven floors above ground and two below. Delivery to market is scheduled for Q1/Q2 2017. The project will be LEED Gold certified. The project's architects are the Silesia-based Medusa group studio. The general contractor for Nowa Fabryczna is Skanska S.A. while Skanska Property Poland will be responsible for the building’s commercialization.
 
“The New Centre of Łódź is gradually taking shape, mainly due to a number of developers who are investing in modern office space around the area that includes the new Dworzec Fabryczny station as well as the now modernized EC1 power station. These office investments, in the very heart of Łódź, will be seen by passengers and commuters as they come out of and go into Dworzec Fabryczny station,” says Hanna Zdanowska, Mayor of Łódź.