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New office of Gigaset Communications in Wrocław

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Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, represented Gigaset Communications Polska in its lease of 1,439 sq m for its new office in the Silver Forum building near Strzegomski Square in Wrocław.

Gigaset Communications Polska is a provider of telecommunications and ICT systems and solutions. Its portfolio includes a wide range of fixed-line telephones for both the consumer market and businesses. Gigaset’s Wrocław branch is one of its centres focused on product portfolio development. The head office of Gigaset Communications is based in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Silver Forum is a modern seven-storey office building located at Strzegomska Street in Wrocław. It boasts an original design with a distinctive glazed arch of its front façade. Silver Forum, which was completed in 2007, offers 15,000 sq m for lease. It is owned by GE Real Estate Poland.

Gigaset Communications Polska moved into Silver Forum in mid-February 2014. Its Wrocław office is the company’s research and development centre with more than 100 employees.

Michał Galimski, Office Department of Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Gigaset Communications Polska has relocated its office within the same part of Wrocław. Silver Forum is located in a high-profile area of office buildings in Wrocław, near Strzegomski Square, which is adjacent to Legnicka Street, the city’s major thoroughfare. Gigaset Communications Poland shifted to its new location to provide common space for all its departments on a single level of the office building, which brought the company substantial cost savings. Gigaset’s research and development department will now occupy open space in contrast to its previous cellular offices.