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Office Market: C&W to Lease Katowice Office Center
May 7, 2008   
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Cushman & Wakefield has been chosen as the agent for leasing the Francuska Office Center in Katowice. The center is a complex of two class-A office buildings in the city center, on Francuska Street. The investor and developer is Globe Trade Centre S.A. The complex is close to state administration offices and the District Court currently under construction. It has good transport links to the A4 freeway and national road 86. There is a railway station nearby. It takes 25 minutes to drive to Pyrzowice airport. Each of the six floors can be used by one or several tenants.

The two buildings offer total office space of 21,500 sq m (building A: 11,000 sq m, building B: 10,500 sq m). The first building is due to be completed in the second quarter of 2009, and the other in the fourth quarter of 2009.

Mariusz Koz³owski, GTC's director for investor projects, said, "In response to great demand for latest-generation office space in Silesia as it gains momentum economically, GTC-based on its experience and knowledge-decided to build an office center in Katowice meeting the highest requirements of Polish and international tenants."

Krzysztof Misiak from Cushman & Wakefield's office space department said, "Katowice had long lacked high-quality office space. Thanks to projects like the Francuska Office Center, tenants will be able to lease elegant offices of the highest class. Katowice is one of the most rapidly developing markets for office space in Poland. The city has all the assets of a large conurbation and stands out with its exceptionally developed transport infrastructure. We mustn't forget that Katowice's potential is perceived through the potential of the entire Silesia province with its 4.7 million residents."
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