Warsaw’s office building Wspólna 47/49 has been awarded a BREEAM IN-USE International certificate. It received an “Excellent” rating in Asset Performance and a “Very Good” rating in Building Management. The scheme is owned by CA IMMO and global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield is the property manager.
Wspólna 47/49 is a small-scale office building located in downtown Warsaw. Completed in 2000, the eight-floor building provides 14,200 sq m, of which more than half is office space, and a three-level underground car park with 131 parking spaces. Its standard technical features include raised floors, a modernized ventilation system with individual zone controls, openable windows, a green roof, a bicycle parking facility and a round-the-clock reception desk. With its distinctive glass façade the building boasts excellent recognition and visibility. Wspólna 47/49 is located near Marszałkowska Street, Warsaw’s major thoroughfare, providing direct access to tram and bus lines and a metro station. This area of the capital city is also home to many elegant restaurants, exclusive hotels, amenities and headquarters of Polish and international companies.
An independent BREEAM audit of Wspólna 47/49 was conducted by Sweco Consulting Sp. z o.o.
Agata Wołos, Asset Manager, CA IMMO, said: “The BREEAM IN-USE International certificate is a mark of distinction for Wspólna 47/49. It is a result of our hard work to maintain the building’s high standards and to ensure the best conditions for our tenants.”
Grzegorz Dąbrowski, Property Manager, BREEAM In-Use Assessor, Asset Services, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “The receiving of the BREEAM IN-USE International certificate has confirmed that effective property management is key to giving Wspólna 47/49 a competitive advantage over other Warsaw office buildings, including newly-constructed schemes.”
Founded in 1987, the CA IMMO Group has office complexes in key Central European capital cities. It has been listed at the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1998. CA IMMO has been present in Poland since 2001 and its asset portfolio comprises a large number of commercial properties in Warsaw, including Class A office buildings such as Warsaw Towers, Saski Crescent and Saski Point. It also focuses on property leasing, project management and development.