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Office Showroom
March 31, 2011   
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Gdańsk-based developer Torus opened an office showroom in the city in March to display the technology and office space arrangement options available to tenants in its buildings.

The 300-square-meter showroom is one of the first facilities of its kind in northern Poland. It is divided into standard, office, elegant and VIP sections. Each section has different furnishing standards with different finishing materials and technology. Visitors can also inspect wiring and air-conditioning systems that office workers do not normally get to see on a daily basis. The VIP section is furnished with high-end office furniture from leading manufacturers.

Advanced technology on display in the showroom includes a smart building management system (BMS) that enables building administrators to monitor and control the work of all systems installed in a building. High-tech air-conditioning, ventilation and lighting systems can adapt office space to the individual needs of tenants. For example, the intensity of each source of light inside a building can be adjusted on an independent basis.

The showroom is housed in the A3 building of the Arkońska Business Park developed by Torus in Gdańsk. The park consists of five office buildings with a total space of 29,900 sq m. The construction project was divided into two phases. The first two buildings opened in 2008 and are both rented out, with tenants including Bank BPH, First Data, IBM, Deloitte, BZ WBK, Schneider Electric and Mercor. The second phase, completed in December 2009, comprised the remaining three buildings with a gross leasable area of 18,650 sq m. So far 50 percent of the available space there has been rented to the Pomerania Development Agency, the Implix Group, PZU SA, Synopsys Poland, Play, Xelion Doradcy Finansowi and canteen operator La Cantina.

Torus entered the real market estate in the Gdańsk-Sopot-Gdynia Tricity area in 2002, specializing in building and managing modern office space. In 2004, Torus began constructing residential buildings, hotels and industrial facilities. In addition to the Arkońska Business Park, Torus has developed two office and two apartment buildings in Gdańsk, the Villa Aqua and Villa Sedan hotels in Sopot, and a warehouse and logistics center in Kowale.
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