Johnson & Johnson Poland Sp. z o.o. and Janssen-Cilag Polska Sp. z o.o., have signed new lease agreements for office space in Wiśniowy Business Park Building F in Warsaw. The building is being developed by a leading real estate group Quinlan Private Golub. Both companies will move in to their new offices at the beginning of September 2007. The tenants were represented by Cushman and Wakefield
Johnson & Johnson has signed a long-term agreement for the lease of entire 3rd floor and part of ground floor. The office of Janssen-Cilag will be located on the 2nd floor of the building. .
"We are pleased to welcome such prestigious tenants to Winiowy Business Park F," said Micha³ Melaniuk, Leasing and Marketing Director for Poland at Quinlan Private Golub. "The tenants in Building F are of truly the highest quality and welcoming Johnson & Johnson and Janssen-Cilag just reinforces this". The building is now 88% leased but Quinlan Private Golub is hoping to announce 100% occupancy in the Spring this year. Other tenants already leasing space in the building include Lafarge, Carlsberg and Schneider Electric.
With 16 400 m2 for rent, Wiśniowy Business Park Building F was designed to provide tenants with highly efficient, low cost class A office space. Situated in Warsaw's premiere office park location, Building F is the largest of the existing 5 buildings of the Winiowy Business Park complex. The building is fully air-conditioned with accessible raised floors, and is designed to provide a parking ratio of up to 1 space per 25 m2, in response to the Warsaw market's growing needs. Other tenants include Lafarge SA, Carlsberg Polska SA and Schneider Electric. They are planning to move in to their new offices soon. Winiowy Business Park's other investors are Heitman Central Europe Real Estate Partners (HCEPP) and GE Real Estate. The construction work started in February 2006. The building was designed by architects Aukett Fitzroy Robinson.