Developer Vastint Poland has sold the first three buildings within its Business Garden Wrocław office complex to Philippine fund ISOC Group for over €95 million. Colliers International and Cushman & Wakefield brokered the transaction representing the seller and the buyer respectively. The transacted buildings were completed in 2016 and comprise a total of more than 37,400 sqm of leasable office space, which is currently fully leased out. The Business Garden Wrocław complex will offer a combined more than 110,000 sqm in nine buildings at full build-out with Vastint Poland planning to complete the remaining six buildings by the end of this year.

(Warsaw Business Journal)

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