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Capgemini in Business Garden Wrocław

Business Garden Wrocław
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Cushman & Wakefield, a global real estate services firm, has represented Capgemini in its lease of over 13,000 sq m in Wrocław’s Business Garden building. The owner of the complex is developer Vastint Poland.

Capgemini, headquartered in Paris, is one of the world’s largest consulting, information technology and outsourcing companies with over 190,000 employees in 40 countries. It has been present in Poland since 1996, delivering services through its four teams: Business Services, Cloud Infrastructure Services, Application Services and Software Solutions Center. Its latest investment follows the growth of the Software Solutions Center that supports the world’s leading automotive, banking, insurance and transport businesses.

Piotr Poprawski, VP, Head of Capgemini’s Software Solutions Center, said: “We create advanced IT solutions that require a broad and deep knowledge of technologies. Areas our staff are focused on include virtual reality, mobile apps and IoT. Creativity, precision and courageous thinking are all a must in this job. I’m pleased that our new office will provide both a very comfortable working environment and a place in which to relax. This will certainly translate into a friendly and creative atmosphere.”

Business Garden Wrocław is a modern complex offering 110,000 sq m of office and service space. It comprises nine buildings, a restaurant and a garden. The space between the office buildings of the Business Garden is an integral part of the complex, where you can work, have a walk, relax or have fun playing basketball. Office space has been designed to accommodate individual needs of tenants with optimal exposure to sunlight and easy space adaptation options. Three buildings of the first phase of the investment have received certification LEED Platinum. The complex is located near Mikołajów train station and a large shopping and leisure centre. It can be easily accessed both by car and by public transport.

Roger Andersson, Managing Director of Vastint Poland, said: “We are glad that such a big and prestigious tenant trusted us once again. Capgemini is among the tenants of Business Garden in Poznan, and has now decided to lease office space in Wrocław. Signing a new lease agreement with our existing tenant is also an undeniable proof that a concept of the business parks developed by Vastint meets the needs and expectations of clients.”

Vastint is an international real estate organisation with over 25 years of experience on the European real estate market. The cornerstones of its operations are management of portfolio properties and development of commercial real estate, including residential development, and sales. The company has been active on the Polish market since 1992. Vastint Poland develops office buildings, innovative business parks and hotels in major Polish cities. The schemes are recognised for providing a modern corporate image, along with functionality and environment-friendly solutions.

Krzysztof Misiak, Partner, Head of Regional Cities, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “We’ve had the pleasure of working with Capgemini for over two years and this is our third transaction. We are delighted that our client has a strong faith in expansion in Poland and has decided to enter into another long-term lease – this time in Wrocław and in one of the most beautiful business parks in the country.”