Work Service, one of the first and key tenants in the Sky Tower building in Wrocław, has decided to extend its lease for approximately 3,400 sq m of office space. The largest HR company in Central and Eastern Europe will continue to occupy the building’s top three floors for another four years. The tenant was represented in the negotiations by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.
Piotr Pirogowicz, Leasing Director, LC Corp SA, said: “Sky Tower is a prime office location in Wrocław that continues to attract businesses. A very comfortable working environment is guaranteed by the whole infrastructure of the scheme, including a large number of parking spaces and a direct link between the office building and the shopping centre and service amenities. You can both work here and go down to do shopping or enjoy beauty and spa treatments. There is no need to move between buildings, which we believe employees will find very convenient.”
Iwona Szmitkowska, Vice-President of the Management Board of Work Service S.A., said: “We chose the best offer. After four years in the Sky Tower we decided to explore the market for opportunities and I can say that our current location is the best by all means. We are the biggest HR company in this part of Europe and we continue to expand. That’s why we wanted to keep our prestigious address in Wrocław, a city in which we were born and grew to become a market leader. Equally important is that we wanted to keep this attractive location and a friendly working environment for our employees who highly appreciate access to the shopping centre and good connections with other parts of Wrocław.”
Krzysztof Misiak, Partner, and Marcin Siewierski, Senior Negotiator, Office Agency of Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Sky Tower is a landmark of modern Wrocław, the third largest office market in Poland. Convenient location near the city centre, excellent access to public transport and services, and positive experience of cooperation with the landlord have all convinced Work Service to extend its lease.”