CEDC International, a leader in the Polish spirits market, will lease more than 3,000 m² of office space in the Bobrowiecka 8 building. It is the first tenant at the unique building comprising a part of the Bobrowiecka Complex developed by Spectra Development in Warsaw’s Dolny Mokotów district. The A-class office building will be put into service in the third quarter of this year.
“We are very pleased that CEDC International is our first tenant in the Bobrowiecka 8 building. The prestige of the tenants reflects the class of our building. The Dolny Mokotów district is still an unchartered location on the map of high potential office properties in Warsaw. It is an interesting alternative both for Służewiec Przemysłowy, offices located along Aleje Jerozolimskie and in the Wola district. We are glad that we have contributed to the creation of the new identity of this place,” said Dariusz Sokołowski, the President of the Management Board of Spectra Development.
CEDC International is the leader of the vodka market in Poland and a top distributor of imported spirits. In Poland, CEDC offers well-known, original and classic brands: Żubrówka, Bols Platinum, Soplica, Absolwent and Żytniówka vodkas; Carlo Rossi and Gancia wines, as well as other assorted spirits, such as: Grant’s, Glenfiddich and Tullamore DEW whiskey, Metaxa, Jägermeister, Cointreau, Campari, Cinzano, Passoa and Remy Martin.
“Bobrowiecka 8 offers everything we expected. In the selection of our new address, there were several key aspects that we took into account, including a convenient location, modern office space that guarantees flexible arrangement and potential rearrangement at a later stage of the lease,” said Serge Dickhoff, CEDC’s Chief Operating Officer.
Bobrowiecka 8 offers nearly 22,000 m² of quality office space and more than 2,400 m² of retail space. The floor area of a typical floor in this six-storey building is approximately 4,000 m². Spectra Development’s project is characterised by timeless architecture and advanced technological solutions, which guarantee the highest comfort of work. The project also enables free arrangement of space. The building will be surrounded by carefully designed landscaped areas. Future tenants will also have access to an underground, two-storey car park with 501 parking spaces. The developer provided space for a public café, restaurant and a fitness club. In cooperation with the Starak Family Foundation, a unique Art Garden will be created in the courtyard of the Bobrowiecka 8 building, where works of art by young Polish artists will be exhibited. Our original concept of culture embedded in space, which is the theme for the office building, also assumes the organisation of public cultural events and artistic activities.
The class A office building has a convenient location in the Dolny Mokotów district, just at the entry to the route leading to the Siekierkowski Bridge, between Sobieskiego Street and Czerniakowska Street, which is a part of one of the city’s trunk roads Wisłostrada, which guarantees a very convenient connection with all Warsaw districts. The area also has excellent public transport connections. Adding to the extensive network of bus lines, a new tram line for Wilanów will soon be built.
The building is a part of a larger urban setting – the Bobrowiecka Complex, which will also include the already existing Bobrowiecka 6 office building and the Bobrowiecka 10 apartment building. All buildings were designed by a renowned design office JEMS Architekci.
Bobrowiecka 8 is built in accordance with the principles of sustainable development and BREEAM certification. The developer of the project is Spectra Development, while the general contractor is Hochtief Polska. CBRE, a real estate agency, serves as the sole commercialisation agent for the building.
For more information see http://bobrowiecka8.pl/.
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