Zeus acquires Graffit in Warsaw

Zeus acquires Graffit in Warsaw

Published at: 2019-01-31 10:30 | Author: CIJEurope.com
TAN Poland, a company managed by Zeus Capital Management, has acquired the Graffit office building in Warsaw’s Mokotów district from Hines. This is Zeus’ first investment in Poland. Located on Domaniewska street, the property offers 18,500 sqm of class A leasable space on seven floors, including 1,900 sqm for retail and services. The investment was designed by the Polish branch of the London studio Rolfe Judd. Graffit has been awarded with a BREEAM Interim Excellent certificate. Tenants include Roche Global IT Solutions, Roche, Lingaro, Pandora, Michelin, Eiffage, Szkoła Tańca Rytm, Żabka and Nowakowski Gorąco Polecam. “On behalf of Hines, I would like to thank Zeus Capital Management and the advisors of both parties for the efficient transaction. Graffit is an important transaction, not only for the seller and buyer, but also for the entire market. We have proven that Mokotów is still an attractive market for developers, tenants and investors alike,” said Wojciech Rumian, vice president of Hines Polska.

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