„Pascal, which offers 5,500 square meters of modern office space in a great location, is a vital part of highly valued and esteemed Korona Office Complex. Without a doubt, Pascal is a building for the most demanding tenants. It is a modern building, which also offers very intimate atmosphere to its tenants, lacking in other such large office buildings. We strongly believe that both IBM, which will move into the building in April, and other tenants will appreciate the quality and functionality of offered offices” – said Jacek Wachowicz Leasing and Sales Director and Member of the GTC’s Management Board.
Pascal office building is the culmination of GTC’s flagship project in Krakow – the Korona Office Complex. The building offers 5,500 square meters of modern office space located on seven floors, providing its users with the ultimate work comfort and convenience. Large office space allows unlimited interior arrangement, accommodating every need of the prospective tenants. Its excellent location, in the city centre, close to the: Armii Krajowej, Przybyszewskiego, Juliusza Lea and Kołowa streets, enables quick and easy connection to the strategic points of Krakow. Pascal’s design reflects direct needs of the future tenants, latest technologies were applied during the design phase of the building and highest quality materials were used during the construction process, which will not only make Pascal cost-effective to operate, but also environmentally friendly. Renowned architect bureau DDJM from Krakow was responsible for the Pascal’s design, while the leading construction company, Warbud, conducted the construction process. CBRE,
an international consulting company, is the exclusive leasing agent for the building.
„We are delighted that once again we were able to cooperate with GTC on its newest project in Krakow. Pascal, is an ideal investment for companies, that value amenities of a business park, but also appreciate intimacy of office space they lease – said Lukasz Kaledkiewicz, Head of the office space department at CBRE.
Pascal is the fourth building of the highly valued and prestigious Korona Office Complex. The office complex also include Newton, Edison and Galileo buildings, which together with Pascal offer nearly 37,000 square meters of floor space and their benefits are enjoyed by tenants such as IBM, Genpack, Hitachi, Deloitte, KPMG and State Street.
GLOBE TRADE CENTRE S.A. (GTC) is one of the leading developers in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. The company was established in 1994 in Warsaw, Poland. Currently GTC operates in Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Russia and Ukraine. GTC develops projects and manages completed properties in three key sectors of real estate: office buildings and parks, retail and entertainment centres and residential. To date, GTC has developed approximately 950,000 sq m of net commercial and 300,000 sq m of residential spaces. The company currently manages a combined 602,000 net sq m of completed and operational commercial space (of which the Group’s proportional interest amounts to 548,000 sq m). GTC also holds an impressive portfolio of investment projects at various stages of development. Those will facilitate the construction of 1.1 million sq m of commercial space and 615,000 sq m of residential space. GTC S.A.’s total assets exceed EUR 1.9 billion. GTC S.A. is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange on the prestigious WIG20 index. The company’s shares are also included in the international Dow Jones STOXX Eastern Europe 300 and the GPR250 index, which comprises the 250 biggest and most liquid real estate companies of the world. Also, GTC S.A. is listed on the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Emerging Index. GTC S.A.’s shareholders include many of the biggest Polish and international institutional investors.