Europolis has instructed Cushman & Wakefield the management of Saski Crescent and Saski Point
13 Jan, 2009, Warsaw
Europolis Real Estate Asset Management has appointed Cushman & Wakefield the manager of Saski Crescent and Saski Point office buildings.
Saski Crescent provides 15,300 sqm of class A office space on 9 ground and 2 underground floors in prime central location at Królewska Street in Warsaw. Currently the building is leased in 100%. Among the companies which have decided to locate their offices in Saski Crescent are: Microstrategy, Ecard, Ove Arup, Kinoulty Research, ERSTE Securities, Misys International Banking Systems, NY Kredit, EC Harris, Fiserv, Sweden Chamber of Commerce, Commercial Counsellor Office of the Austrian Embassy, BSI Management Systems, SNC Lavalin and Avantis sp. z o. o. The ground floor features Coffee Heaven.
Saski Point is a class A building located on the corner of Marsza?kowska and
Królewska Streets, in the centre of Warsaw. It forms a coherent complex with the Saski
Crescent. Saski Point provides 7,800 sqm international-quality office space on 6 floors and
numerous amenities such as: a restaurant and 119 underground parking spaces. It is currently
100% leased. Saski Point is the headquarter of SG Leasing, AIG Poland, SG Bank, OberHaus and
Zeb among others.
On 1 January Cushman & Wakefield took over full management of the buildings, after handing over the documents from the former manager.
Apart from Saski Crescent and Saski Point, Europolis real estate protfolio, managed by Cushman & Wakefield in Poland includes:
• Warsaw Towers (office building of GLA ca. 20,720 sqm., located in the centre of
Warsaw at Sienna Street)
Managing Director of Europolis Real Estate Asset Management in Poland said: „Professional approach of Asset Management Department of Cushman & Wakefield regarding the tender procedure supported by experience and knowledge proven by the existing cooperation are the guarantee of the high quality property management, which is in compliance with the highest standards and beneficial for our tenants”.
Micha? Skali?ski, the Head of Asset Management Department of Cushman & Wakefield, said: „Warsaw office of Cushman & Wakefield currently manages over 600,000 sqm. of commercial space in Poland, occupied by 490 tenants. Our aim is to implement strategies for effective management of the property. We will make every effort to satisfy the requirements and needs of Europolis and tenants of Saski Crescent and Saski Point”.