Asbud Group has signed another office lease for its Karolkowa Business Park, bringing its commercialisation rate to 87%. Under the signed lease Global Services TV will take up 346 sq m in this modern office building located in the vicinity of Warsaw’s second metro line station Rondo Daszyńskiego. The tenant was represented in the transaction by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.
Global Services TV operates the car.tv platform. It is one of the leading residual value auctioneers in Europe specializing in comprehensive post-accident vehicle services, including placement of vehicles on the car.tv platform and their final sales. The operator will have its office on the ninth floor of the building.
Karolkowa Business Park was delivered onto the market in January 2015. Its tenants include Electrolux Poland, Onwelo, Tarkett, and the law firm Nowakowski & Partners. The building’s retail and service facilities include the first Electrolux Taste Center in Poland, an indoor cycling studio RiDE Warsaw, a Shoku restaurant, Columbus Coffee, Nail Spa and FRAC.
Dorota Mielke, Negotiator, Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Karolkowa Business Park meets all the requirements of Global Services TV for its new office in Warsaw, including openable windows, convenient location and the intimate character of the building. The landlord’s professional and flexible approach to the negotiations has led to a long-term lease being signed by the parties within their planned time frame.”
Karolkowa Business Park, developed by Asbud Group, offers around 18,600 sq m of Class A usable space, including more than 2,600 sq m of retail and service space. With its very convenient location in the vicinity of Warsaw’s second metro line station Rondo Daszyńskiego and many bus and tram lines, it enjoys easy and quick access to the city’s city centre and all districts. The scheme also boasts impressive green terraces on its first floor, a public green patio in the vicinity of a restaurant and a unique glass façade that incorporates renovated, historic fragments of an old Philips factory’s walls.