The Embassy of the Republic of Iceland is joining the ranks of Focus office building tenants. It is another diplomatic institution, along with the Norwegian Embassy and the Norwegian Refugee Council, that has appreciated the qualities of the building and its location at 26 Armii Ludowej Avenue in Warsaw. In addition to Poland, the Embassy is also accredited in Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria. It will be the country's 27th diplomatic post worldwide.

“I am convinced that the representatives of the Embassy of Iceland will feel comfortable in Focus and will take full advantage of the potential that the building and its location have. I am glad that we will be able to participate in strengthening Icelandic-Polish relations in Warsaw, and we look forward to long-term cooperation,” Wiktoria Weilandt, Senior Consultant, JLL Office Agency, said.

The Focus office is a unique A class building, divided into four completely independent and self-sufficient parts, offering a total of approximately 34,000 sqm of rentable office space. Focus was designed by the renowned studio APA Kuryłowicz & Associates.


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