Modern architectural and technological solutions and functionality of premises - these are characteristic elements of the newly opened office building D in the Bonarka for Business (B4B) complex.
The new investment is the fourth class-A object and closes the first stage of the project encompassing four buildings of an interesting urban arrangement. The next phase of B4B project comprising buildings E, F and G has already commenced.
As a recognition to the investment, the Małopolska region has gained a modern office complex and the opening of the newest building made it possible for the investors - TriGranit Development Polska and IPR - and also to the new tenant – Lufthansa Global Business Services - Airline Accounting Center Sp. z o.o. - to welcome representatives from Krakow business circles.
Building D – a perfect place for business
Modern office space in building D ensures functionality and a friendly working environment. “High quality finishing materials and facilities in building D fulfill the requirements of our tenants and that is what TriGranit cares about the most” – said Árpád Török, Chief Executive Officer, TriGranit Development Corporation.
Total leasable area in the new building amounts to approx. 9,500 m² and each floor consists of 1,385 m² of exclusive office space. Building D offers 82 underground parking spaces and outside parking for visitors. The seven-story high class-A office building was developed with suspended ceilings, raised floors, cabling, and modern A/C system.
One of the main assets of Bonarka for Business (B4B) office complex is its location, as it is situated on Puszkarska Street close to the A4 motorway entrance and the main square of the neighboring Bonarka City Center shopping and entertainment center. The Bonarka for Business (B4B) buildings have already earned recognition in the industry and were recently awarded Prime Property Prize Małopolska 2013 and in 2012, received the award of distinction at the artURBANICA competition.
Commercialization of building D
The completion of office building D closes the first stage of the already popular Bonarka for Business (B4B) complex. “Six months before the construction was finished, 92% of the building had been leased” – said Tomasz Lisiecki, Chief Development Officer, TriGranit Development Corporation. Airline Accounting Center, which is currently transformed to Lufthansa Global Business Services, is leasing six floors – over 8,000 m² of modern net office space.
“Our new office is a very visible commitment, and offers excellent conditions for further growth and success” - says Marc Ammelung, Managing Director at Lufthansa Global Business Services in Krakow. The other tenant in the building is a kindergarten, Pod Magnolią. “Our tenants usually appreciate the uniqueness of this investment, its convenient location, flexibility in arranging the interior space and all amenities located within the complex, such as a medical center, a fitness club, a canteen or the shopping mall’ – added Tomasz Lisiecki.
Jones Lang LaSalle, one of the leading real estate services companies in the word, is the leasing agent of the B4B buildings.
Next phases of the project
The investors, carefully investigating the needs of the local market, have decided to start the next phase of B4B project. The future buildings E, F and G will offer in total approximately 30,000 m2 of modern office space. “With the expansion of the B4B office complex we wish to offer international companies a place which meets their requirements and makes it possible for their business to grow,” explained Árpád Török.
The architectural conception of the next phase has been designed by Biuro Rozwoju Krakowa together with IMB Asymetria. It is worth pointing out that the new investment aspires to be awarded the BREEAM ecological certification at the VERY GOOD level. “We had no doubts when starting our new investment project. Building E which delivery has been scheduled for Q1 2015 already has a positive response among potential tenants. We believe that our further buildings will achieve a similar success as the previous ones” – highlighted Tomasz Lisiecki.