Immobel Poland marks a very successful end to 2017. Just before Christmas, the company not only signed a lease contract with Smyk, bringing a previous retail tenant back to the refurbished CEDET, but also attracted partners who will lease more than half of the office space in the building.
The refurbished and expanded CEDET was prepared by Immobel Poland to provide prestigious office and retail spaces. In addition to the refurbishment of the main body of the building, an entirely new area was added from Bracka Street. Today, CEDET comprises 7 above-ground and 4 underground storeys. Its total area is almost 22,000 m². The new part of the investment will be put into operation at the turn of the first and second quarters of this year. The agreements signed at the end of last year foresee that the new tenants will occupy 7,916 m² in total. Their offices will be located on three storeys — +4, +5 and +6.
Jacek Wachowicz, President of Immobel Poland, explains that users of the office space in the building can benefit from many facilities resulting from the architectural solutions adopted:
- With a modern, fully glazed façade and an internal patio, all office space has great access to daylight. Located right in the city centre, the size of the lease modules available on one storey of the building is unique – about 3,000 m². Moreover, the building features unusually high rooms with a clearance of 2.90 m, as well as tilting windows and terraces that are accessible to tenants. The interior of the new CEDET will facilitate a more flexible workplace design where offices can be effectively arranged as either open-plan spaces or divided into individual rooms. Office employees will also be able to use a bicycle storage room with changing rooms and showers. The building will have all the necessary facilities for the disabled.
The partner acquired at the end of the year will be the largest tenant of the office space in the refurbished building at Krucza 50.
- It is important that the tenant, who decided to lease more than 51% of the available office space, appreciates the advantages of our project. The combination of a great location, excellent workmanship and the prestige associated with the history of this place are the factors which more and more often convince tenants to choose refurbished buildings. This trend is clearly developing in Western Europe and recently it has been more and more visible on the Polish market – sums up Jacek Wachowicz, President of Immobel Poland.