Located at 111 Marszałkowska Street in Warsaw, the Saski Point office building has received the BREEAM In-Use International certificate with a “Very Good” rating in Building Management and Asset Performance. Cushman & Wakefield property manages the facility on behalf of CA IMMO.
Opened in 1999, Saski Point offers more than 8,000 sq m of leasable area. The scheme features high quality standard finishes, raised floors, flexible floor plates, extensive management solutions, a 24-hour security system, a two-level underground car park and surface bicycle parking spaces. It has recently undergone refurbishment to the common parts, including the main reception area. The building is located within Central Business District, next to two metro stations, Świętokrzyska and Ratusz Arsenał, and a number of bus and tram lines. The surrounding area comprises ample amenities, including luxurious hotels, restaurants and shops and the Saski Park across the street.
- With increasing environmental awareness of office building occupiers, we are committed to making our buildings attractive and sustainable places to work in by continuously improving their quality and acquiring renowned certificates. Our continuous efforts have been appreciated by our partners, which has translated into high occupancy levels of Saski Point - says Kamila Piekarska, Asset Management in CA IMMO.
The building has achieved high certificate rating by employing integrated management and maintenance procedures as well as comprehensive solutions, which has resulted in the optimization of energy and other utilities consumption. Cushman & Wakefield was responsible for the entire certification process.
- BREEAM IN-USE certificate was awarded to Saski Point in recognition of our sustainability efforts. It clearly shows that even buildings delivered before 2000 are able to raise their standard and become competitive to newly built facilities in Warsaw - says Bożena Jurek, Senior Property Manager in Asset Services at Cushman & Wakefield.
Founded in 1987 CA IMMO is a specialist in office properties in Central European capitals. Its core business involves leasing, managing and developing office projects. The company started expanding into the CEE Region in 1999 by acquiring properties in Hungary and the Czech Republic, followed by the market entry into Poland in 2001.
The property portfolio of CA IMMO in Warsaw includes Class-A office buildings such as Warsaw Towers or Saski Crescent. CA IMMO is listed on the Vienna stock exchange and included in the ATX index. manage investment properties in Germany, Austria and Eastern Europe.