Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Wojciech Kość
The real estate impact of the merger between Pekao and BPH Bank has now become clear, with what’s being billed as Warsaw’s largest-ever office lease.

Warsaw saw a new record office lease deal in May, with the lease of 39,000 sqm of space to Pekao, now Poland’s largest financial institution following its merger with BPH Bank at the end of last year. 


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