Okecie Business Park – GTC’s new investment – has gained a prestigious tenant.Moeller Electric international company will move to its new office by next Spring
Globe Trade Centre S.A. has gained a prestigious tenant for its office investment -– Okecie Business Park. Moeller Electric will open its Polish office in the first building of the business park by next Spring.
Moeller Electric is an international supplier of systems and components for power distribution and automation in industrial, infrastructure and residential building applications – a company with many years of tradition, founded in 1899 in Koeln. Since 1995 the company has been present to Poland.
In March 2008 Moeller Electric will move to NOTHUS – the first office building in Okecie Business Park complex – a prestigious office investment under realization by Globe Trade Centre S.A. in Okecie district (Warsaw). The new tenant will occupy 1200 sqm of office space.
„Okecie Business Park is a perfect location for companies like Moeller Electric. It is being developed for international corporations which appreciate the quality of office space. Our office investment is the first business complex in Poland arising in such proximity to an airport and with a good access to the city centre at the same time” – says Michal Melaniuk, GTC Commercial Director.
NOTHUS will be the first of seven office buildings within OKECIE Business Park complex, under construction near 17 Stycznia street, in close vicinity of headquaters of LOT (Polish Airlines) and PLL (Polish Airports). This modern business park will be situated between Krakowska Avenue (a main road leading from Warsaw to Lodz, Cracow, Wroclaw and Katowice) and Zwirki i Wigury street – a route leading from the city center to the Okecie International Airport.
NOTHUS will offer about 8850 sqm of office space on seven storeys. 205 parking spaces will be created for future users.
A typical storey will have an area of 1434 sqm and its space was planned to guarantee a maximum working comfort and a flexible arrangement of the interior according to future tenants’ needs.
NOTHUS will be equipped with a modern management system and access control system guaranteed by a professional 24-hour security. Its interior will be provided with air-conditioning, hang-up ceilings and half-opened windows. All toilets and kitchenes will be fully equipped as well.
The project of OKECIE BP was created by APA Kurylowicz & Associates (APA KA) architectonic studio directed by a renowned Polish architect Prof. Stefan Kurylowicz. NOTHUS (as well as other buildings of the complex) will be constructed basing on the shape of the “U” letter. A glassed-in front of the building will guarantee constant inflow of the daylight, open contact with green surroundings and exceptional view of the airport and planes taking off.
The location of the building carries it away from crowded streets but, on the other hand, it ensures an easy access to public transport and offers an unique position with a natural lake and green surroundings. Many relax spaces and lanes network will be created within the complex. According to architects and office space leasing specialists it is a perfect offer for companies which value composure and creative working atmosphere.
Planned development of the communication system around the airport, among others the lengthening of 17 stycznia street in the direction of Poleczki street and then towards Pulawska street, will make the access to main city and national roads easier.
Warbud building company is the general contractor of NOTHUS building. Jones Lang LaSalle and CB Richard Ellis are companies in charge of the space lease of the building.
The construction of the building will cost around 20 mln euro. The total cost of the whole Okecie Business Park is estimated at 120 mln euro.