Tage Une Fois – Investimentos Imobiliarios S.A., a company co-owned by Atenor and BESIX Real Estate Development, announced the sale of the WellBe project to Caixa Geral de Depositos (CGD). WellBe will serve as CGD's new headquarters, strategically located on Avenida D. Joao II in Parque das Nacoes. The project offers 27,635m2 gross of office space, 1,240m2 of retail area, and 400 parking spaces.
WellBe is designed by Saraiva Associados and A2M surpassing NZEB (Net Zero Energy Building) standards. Aiming for WELL Platinum, the project will exemplify excellence through alignment with the EU Taxonomy, incorporating certifications such as BREEAM Excellent, ADENE A, and WiredScore Gold.
Servicos Centrais, CGD said: “Our decision-making process, involving valuable input from our collaborators, emphasised the importance of selecting a location with excellent public transportation. At CGD, we are committed to providing an inclusive and sustainable workspace, evident in our choice of a building with an A energy rating, BREEAM and WELL certifications, and accessibility features for individuals with reduced mobility. We look forward to the completion of this move in 2026 and the positive impact it will have on our team and operations.”
Gabriel Uzgen, CEO BESIX RED commented: “We are pleased with our strategic collaboration with Atenor and the successful appeal to an esteemed institution like CGD, reflecting our shared vision for innovative workspaces, sustainability, and enhancing users’ well-being.”
Stephan Sonneville, CEO of Atenor added: “This transaction illustrates the fundamental evolution of the office market in Europe, where leading companies as Caixa Geral de Depositos express their needs for high-quality office spaces that actively support the well-being of their employees and contribute to a sustainable environment. This project demonstrates Atenor’s commitment to sustainable real estate development.”
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