WeWork, global provider of flexible and modern office spaces, continues its expansion across Poland. The company leased 5,500 sqm in its new sixth location – Central Point, Warsaw, a project developed by Belgian-based IMMOBEL and scheduled for completion in mid-2021. WeWork was represented in the lease transaction by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.
Ever since 2010, WeWork’s objective has been to ensure entrepreneurs and enterprise clients flexible and well-designed shared office spaces with homely and creative atmosphere supporting networking. In all locations, members of the “We community” enjoy free and unlimited access to the reception service, office supplies, freshly brewed coffee and care of community managers. WeWork spaces also offer additional facilities like billard tables, chill zones and range of lifestyle activities, for example yoga sessions or wellness days. Members of the community have 24/7 access to 485 WeWork offices in 28 countries around the world. WeWork’s offices’ interiors has been designed to ensure a comfortable work environment to accommodate all team sizes (from 20 to 250) and types (from freelancers to enterprise companies, which is 40% of WeWork’s business for now). WeWork has 466,000 members worldwide and operates in 105 cities of 28 countries.
Central Point is one of the most prominent flagship investments currently under construction by the Belgian developer IMMOBEL in Poland in Warsaw. The Warsaw project will ultimately offer slightly more than 19,000 sq m of space, with 18,000 sq m of office space and 1,100 sq m of retail space. The building is being constructed in the business heart of the capital city, in a perfectly communicated location just at the junction of Marszałkowska and Świętokrzyska streets, near numerous bus and tram stops, as well as a transfer station connecting I and II metro lines – the Świętokrzyska Metro. Central Point is located within walking distance to the Central Railway Station. Central Point Building was designed in cooperation with the Kazimierz and Fish Design Office and the American company Arquitectonica. The distinguishing elements of this 21-storey building will certainly be a glass façade, a dedicated entrance to the office building from the level of the underground line or six ecological fast lifts.
Source : IMMOBEL