The office FISHEYE represented the landlord.
FISHEYE represented the landlord.
Carpathia Office House, of GD&K Group’s nvestment, is an intimate A Class office building, located in Warsaw’s Powiśle, not far from ul. Topiel and ul. Zajęcza. The building of about 4500 m2 of rentable area will have 6 floors above he ground and 2 floors undeground, which will consist of a parking lot for 36 cars. The building’s handover date is planned to be in the beginning of 2015.
The Cracow-based agency FISHEYE and CBRE are responsible for the commercialization of the building.
BPH will locate on 1 and ½ floors of AVIA its Krakow based operations, which were to date spread in several locations in the city. This move is part of the Bank’s strategy to consolidate its real estate in search for better performance.
The AVIA will provide, when completed, over 11 500 m2 GLA of office space. The building’s typical floor has over 2 400 m2 of GLA and is arranged around the central, green patio accessible to all tenants. Despite this fairly large floorplate, the depth of the office tract measured between to opposite external walls is just slightly above 13 meters, providing plenty of light to the interior. The building has been designed in accordance with A class requirements with particular stress on meeting the needs of Krakow’s booming BPO/SSE industry. The development will be completed in December 2014.
Avia is located in Krakow Park of Technology on Aleja Jana Pawła II – the part of the Krakow Special Economic Zone – and the largest by far office park within the Krakow city limits.
AVIA is being developed by joint venture of CA Immo – one of the leading real estate companies in Germany and CEE – and GD&K Group – renowned Kraków based developer. AVIA is exclusively represented in leasing by FISHEYE – the Kraków based real estate broker and consultancy company specializing in the commercial property market. Bank BPH has been advised in course of the transaction by the DTZ.
Włodzimierz Jędruszak took part in a debate organized by Gazeta Wyborcza on introducing a one-way traffic in the streets surrounding
According to Fisheye’s Director, the new project presented by the city of Cracow, in which is proposed a new organization for the traffic around “Planty”, should be prepared in consideration with the interests of all parties involved in the project: landlords, tenants, shoppers and tourists. In its current form, it may result in a considerable decrease of the real-estate valeu within the area of the proposed changes.