„Office space of the higest quality, and possibility of securing additional area for the future, these are the key advantages of University Business Park. We are very glad about the fact that our building attracts renowned companies which appreciate the potential of the city of Łódź,” – says Jacek Wachowicz, Member of the Board and Director of Lease and Sales at GTC.
The list of the new tenants includes Mobica, a software development and integration services company, which specializes in mobile solutions used by the world’s biggest telecommunications providers. Mobica has leased nearly 1,200 sq m of office space with further extension option, and it will move into the building in May.
Samsung Electronics Poland, a leading provider of advanced technologies for corporate and individual users, will move into University Business Park in February. The company has leased 1,100 sq m of office space with further extension option.
PKP Informatyka is another new tenant at University Business Park. It is a company of PKP Group responsible for supplying Polish railroad operators with IT technology. The new tenant has leased nearly 900 sq m of office space which will be used by its regional headquarters. The company will move into the building in April.
Thus three new tenants have joined the group of companies including: Citibank, Hewlett-Packard, Warta Insurance Group, Intergraph, Kredyt Bank, Hermann Kirchner, Bankruptcy Management Solutions, Tax Care and Pharmena.
About University Business Park
University Business Park is located adjacent to the campus of the Technical University of Łódź, between al. Kościuszki and ul. Wólczańska. The first completed building offers 19,300 sq m of Class A office space and 300 parking places. The University Business Park building has seven floors, with a typical floor area of 2,700 sq m.
University Business Park holds a certificate of the prestigious EU GreenBuilding programme. The complex is equipped with suspended ceilings, tilt windows with shutters, state-of-the-art HVAC and telecommunications systems, backup power source and full access control. This makes it possible to arrange the office space freely for back-office operations or for research or laboratory use by companies from the BPO sector, which make up a significant percentage of potential investors in the Łódź area.