Atrium Centrum and Atrium Plaza are six-floor buildings offering comfortable office space in the very centre of Warsaw’s business district. Both provide two-level underground car parks and a broad range of retail and dining facilities. The two buildings offer a total of approximately 32,000 sqm. Benefiting from their downtown location in Jana Pawła II Avenue and in the vicinity of the ONZ Roundabout, Warsaw’s major transport interchange hub, they enjoy easy access to the city’s main locations and amenities thanks to the second metro line and the proximity of the Central Railway Station.
CPI Property Group’s properties under management of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield to date have included office buildings such as Central Tower, Prosta 69, and Diana, housing the Goethe Institute in Warsaw, as well as shopping centres Ogrody in Elbląg and Galeria Orkana in Lublin.
"We have successfully cooperated with CPI in Central and Eastern Europe since 2012. So far, we have been property manager for CPI’s three office buildings and two shopping centres in Poland. This mandate to act as property manager for two more iconic office buildings in Warsaw is a sign of complete trust in our expertise,” said Zuzanna Paciorkiewicz, PhD, Partner, Business Space Asset Services, Cushman & Wakefield.
"Acquisition of Atrium Centrum and Atrium Plaza will more than double our office portfolio in Warsaw and is yet another step towards strengthening our position on the Polish commercial real estate market. These two office buildings are located close enough to other properties to meet expansion needs of our tenants and clients. We value the expertise and professionalism of Cushman & Wakefield’s asset services teams, and having a positive experience of working together, we decided to mandate them to manage two more office buildings in Warsaw,” said Aleksandra Bis, Asset Manager, CPI Property Group.
CPI Property Group is the leading European investor and operator of commercial and hotel properties in Central and Eastern Europe and in Germany, focusing on long-term investments and property leases. CPI PG, being one of the few investment-grade rated companies in the region, has more than EUR 7.5 billion worth of assets and is the biggest retail space owner in the Czech Republic and the biggest office space landlord in Berlin. Its headquarters are in Luxembourg and its shares are traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The Group is active in the field of offices, retail, housing and hotel accommodation.