Wola of Warsaw  is one of the most popular locations for those seeking an office in the capital. Recently, commercialization of one of the modern buildings located there – Vector+, located at the intersection of Al. Prymasa Tysiąclecia and ul. Obozowa. The building, apart from the office function, has a great architectural significance for the area and is a distinct landmark. The CBRE consulting agency participated in the commercialization process of the office building.

Vector+ is the first such a modern office building in Wola, however, it can be expected that subsequent facilities will follow this trail. Especially since the district is not yet fully developed, and due to good communication it is an attractive investment area, which attracts more and more companies.

"Wola is favorably viewed by both those seeking their place in the capital and companies that want to move to a better office in a well-connected part of the city. This district has many advantages, that's why companies from Mokotów and Śródmieście are eagerly located there. We are pleased that together with Profbud we were able to contribute to the development of a new and interesting office area in Warsaw," Radosław Pawlak, Director at the CBRE Office Space Department, said.

The building consists of two blocks of different heights, 14 floors and 7 floors, between which a connector runs. Together they occupy over 14,000 sqm of office space and 618 sqm of commercial service space . Tenants have at their disposal a 3-storey underground garage with 185 parking spaces, as well as a terrace with a view of Warsaw, with an area of 237 sqm.

(WBJ)


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