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TMF Poland expands its office in Warsaw’s Metropolitan

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TMF Poland has decided to extend its lease and to expand its office space to more than 1,900 sq m in the Metropolitan office building in Warsaw. The tenant was represented in the negotiations by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.

TMF Poland is part of the TMF Group, a multinational business services firm. It has more than 120 offices in 86 countries, including two Polish offices in Warsaw and Katowice employing over 200 professionals. With many years of experience and global expertise it provides accounting, HR and payroll, and corporate secretarial services to businesses operating on an international scale. TMF is most frequently recommended by leading law firms and auditors.

Mikołaj Pluciński, Managing Director of TMF Poland Sp. z o.o., said: “TMF keeps expanding and providing services for an increasing number of large multinational firms. Last May we announced our acquisition of UCMS and Extor, which increased our headcount twofold. We had planned to combine our offices and integrate our firms from the start. We therefore took up additional space in Metropolitan.”

Piotr Capiga, Negotiator, Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Following its successful business operations TMF expanded its Warsaw office by taking up another 410 sq m. We feel privileged that TMF has appointed Cushman & Wakefield as its advisor. It’s been a great honour to have met the requirements of such a prestigious company.”

Metropolitan is Warsaw’s flagship office and retail building providing 38,000 sq m of leasable space. Constructed in 2003 according to Sir Norman Foster’s design, Metropolitan occupies a prominent position on Piłsudskiego Square, near Saski Park, the National Theatre and the Europejski Hotel, currently being revitalized, and has already become an iconic symbol of modern Warsaw. Its distinctive feature is its central courtyard with a fountain.