The owners of the Warsaw Financial Center (WFC) office tower located in the downtown of the Polish capital have revealed that due to a number of lease renewals, lease extensions and new lease deals signed in 2017 and in the first half of this year the building is now 99-percent leased out. Last year alone, lease agreements for a total of more than 11,600 sqm were signed at WFC. At the moment, only 643 sqm of office space remains available at the property.
Completed in 1998, the 32-story (144-meter tall) WFC building was the first A-class high-rise office project to have been developed in CEE. Located at the intersection of Warsaw’s ul. E. Plater and ul. Świętokrzyska, it comprises 50,000 sqm of leasable space and accommodates more than 60 tenants. The property is owned by Allianz Real Estate and Curzon Capital Partners III, an investment fund managed by Tristan Capital Partners.