Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has completed office space leasing at Europejski. Tenants of this historic, revitalised building in Warsaw include WeWork, Alior Bank Private Banking, the editorial office of Vogue Poland and four private equity funds. H.E.S.A. is the owner and investor of Europejski.
Office space at Europejski Offices is arranged over two new floors constructed on top of the Europejski Hotel In the vicinity there is a variety of restaurants and cafés. The building is located in Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, close to the Presidential Palace and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, making it one of the most prestigious locations in Warsaw. It boasts a modern architectural design and amenities such as openable windows and private terraces offering a view of Piłsudskiego Square, the Saxon Garden and the Presidential Palace. Europejski is a mixed-use complex with first-class office space, a five-star hotel operated under the Raffles brand and boutiques of upmarket Polish and international brands. Anna Górska-Kwiatkowska and Marcin Górski from Cushman & Wakefield were responsible for the commercialisation of office space at Europejski Offices.
“Demand for first-class office space in prestigious and historic buildings is rising by the year. The unique atmosphere of revitalised buildings is being appreciated by a growing number of firms. Tenants, however, expect office space that meets their requirements in terms of not only a distinctive style, but also state-of-the-art technologies. We, as a leasing advisor on Europejski, aimed to secure an appropriate tenant-mix. I am pleased that we met H.E.S.A.’s expectations. It was both a great honour and a true pleasure to have worked on this special project”, said Anna Górska-Kwiatkowska, Associate, Office Department, Cushman & Wakefield.