With effect from this month, the Landlord Representation team of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield will support WeWork in attracting new tenants to its flexible office at Europejski Offices.
Europejski Offices will be WeWork’s third coworking location in Warsaw and is expected to open in late May or early June this year. It will feature innovative solutions and a modern design known from the operator’s other locations in the capital city. WeWork members enjoy all amenities: the support of a community manager, access to events and special training for community members, a shared kitchen, a chillout zone and unlimited wireless internet access. Other benefits of the coworking space in Krakowskie Przedmieście Street include openable windows and private terraces offering views of Piłsudskiego Square, the Saxon Park and the Presidential Palace.
“Europejski is one of the most prestigious locations in Warsaw which will soon become available to WeWork’s tenants. We anticipate that this office will attract strong occupier interest and that we will successfully fill this space in a short time. Large organisations enjoy the convenience of coworking space, especially where they need to build a larger team to work on new projects and quickly provide employees with space for creative collaboration. In addition, due to legislative changes to accounting standards, such space appears an attractive alternative to traditional leases,” says Anna Górska-Kwiatkowska, Partner, Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield.
H.E.S.A. is the owner and investor of Europejski.