CPI Property Group (CPIPG), the largest owner of commercial real estate in the Czech Republic, Berlin and the region of Central and Eastern Europe, has signed a lease agreement with Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego. The space rented in the Central Tower office building will supplement the space of the bank's temporary headquarters, which is located at Chmielna 73.

Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK) is a state-owned bank whose mission is to support the socio-economic development of Poland and the public sector in the implementation of its tasks. The Bank is a financial partner that actively supports entrepreneurship and the effective use of development programs. At the same time, he is the initiator and participant of cooperation between business, the public sector and financial institutions.

In January 2021, BGK will occupy almost 4,200 sqm on six floors of the Central Tower office building. In this way, it will expand the temporary headquarters of the company, which is located at Chmielna 73.

"We are moving for the time of modernization from our historical headquarters in Aleje Jerozolimskie 7. We wanted above all that BGK should function in a modern work environment and good location during this time. At the turn of the year, 30 percent of  employees of the BGK headquarters will find a job here. The location also guarantees us the convenience of cooperation with BGK's temporary headquarters in a nearby office building at ul. Chmielna 73," Tomasz Jankowiak, director of the work environment management office at BGK, said.

(WBJ)


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