Jones Lang LaSalle has been recently chosen as the exclusive advisor for the marketing & commercialisation process of Atrium City in Warsaw, a new development by Skanska Property Poland.
Atrium City constitutes next stage of the highly successful Atrium complex (Atrium International Center, Atrium Tower, Atrium Centrum, Atrium Plaza and hotel Westin) developed by Skanska along Al. Jana Paw³a in Warsaw. The building, scheduled to be delivered in Q1 2009, will offer net rentable area of approx. 20,000 m².
"We are looking forward to working with Jones Lang LaSalle on leasing Atrium City," said Grzegorz Strytyñski, Regional Director of Skanska Property Poland. "I believe this high-quality and prestigious building located in the very heart of Warsaw will attract the most demanding tenants, who are looking for the best product on the market. That is why I am sure that our cooperation with Jones Lang LaSalle during the commercialisation of the project will be a pure pleasure for all of us."
Bartosz Mierzwiak, Associate Director at Jones Lang LaSalle Office Agency department, commenting on this appointment said, "Atrium City is a next phase of the exceptional Atrium complex, which has become an established business location in the Warsaw's city center. I believe that Atrium City will be successful as well. During next two years the office space supply in the city center will be limited. As Atrium City is one of a very few high class office buildings being delivered on the market at that time, we have already been approached by a number of companies willing to lease the space there."
Among features differentiating Atrium City from other buildings will be inter alias its impressive elevation with a designed curtain wall on the front facade creating elegant and unique image of the building. Furthermore, there will be beautiful lit atriums with glass lifts creating a specific atmosphere to the interior. A flexible and effective floor plate layout (column free) combined with modern technical solutions provide for maximum comfort of the future tenants.
Source: Jones Lang LaSalle