New tenants bring IBC's second phase closer (PL)

GE Capital Golub Europe is to welcome two new tenants to its International Business Center (IBC) office building in Warsaw.

The construction company Bouygues Immobilier Polska, a subsidiary of the French Bouygues group will occupy a total of 618 m², whilst Spray, a telecommunications service provider, will take 205 m². When the two firms move into their new offices in March 2005 IBC will reach an occupancy rate of 85% ith 3,165 m² left to lease.

IBC is an A class building on al. Armii Ludowej in Warsaw. The first phase of the project has 17,000 m² of rentable office space and 139 car parking spaces. A second phase is scheduled for completion in 2006, adding a further 19,000 m² of offices and an underground car park with space for 140 vehicles.

Source: Eurobuild

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