Globe Trade Centre S.A. (GTC) – the owner and manager of Platinium Business Park, Warsaw – was granted the occupancy permit for the fourth office building in the complex. The investment was completed within record 13 months after obtaining the construction permit.
The construction of the fourth building of Platinium Business Park (located at the intersection of Domaniewska and Wołoska streets) began in May 2010. The 12-storey building, with a lease area of 13,000 sq m had been entirely leased by Aviva Group. The company will move into the building in summer this year.
“The complete realization, in such a short time, of a modern office building for needs of an international corporation is a big success of the GTC team and our partners, including architects from Grupa 5 and general contractor – Warbud. I am delighted that once again we have kept our commitments to a future tenant. Taking into consideration the scale and technical advancement of the project, that is an impressive achievement”- said Piotr Kroenke, General Director of GTC.
Additionally, the construction of the Platinium Business Park V, with a lease area of 11,000 sq m began in April of this year. Platinium Business Park V will be constructed from materials that increase energy efficiency and enable maximum efficiency of heating and air conditioning systems. The building will be equipped with tilt windows, raised floors and suspended ceilings with an integrated lighting system, air conditioning with individual temperature controls, full cabling and a state-of-the-art building management system. Tenants will also have 180 parking spaces at their disposal.
GTC targets to obtain LEED Gold certification for Platinium Business Park V in the new-build category. LEED certification is awarded only to projects meeting the highest standards set by the US Green Building Council.