The Polska Bezgotówkowa Foundation, focusing on expansion of the payment terminal network in Poland, has signed a 265 sq m office lease at Centrum Królewska in Warsaw. The Rezydent Group, which owns the office building, was represented in the transaction by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. The tenant was advised during the negotiations by Kancelaria Brochocki.
Centrum Królewska is a modern office building offering approximately 7,000 sq m of leasable space. It is located in the heart of Warsaw’s city centre, in close proximity to the Central Railway Station and a metro station.
The Polska Bezgotówkowa Foundation was founded by the Polish Bank Association in the summer of 2017 to manage funds for the expansion of the payment terminal network across Poland. The program is financed by issuing banks, payment organisations VISA and MasterCard, and settlement agents. It is supported by the Polish Ministry of Development.
“Centrum Królewska is recognised as a landmark office building in this part of Warsaw. Its standard and security systems meet all our requirements, which is why we chose this location from among several others considered,” said Mieczysław Groszek, President of the Polska Bezgotówkowa Foundation.