Skyliner welcomes new tenant Process Solutions with approximately 1,000 sqm

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2024-06-06   11:18
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Warsaw’s Skyliner office building owned by Karimpol Polska will house the new headquarters of Process Solutions, a leader in business outsourcing. The tenant will use approximately 1,000 sq. m of space. Process Solutions will move to the new location in January 2025. With the new deal, Skyliner is now 95% leased.

Process Solutions is a provider of business outsourcing services. It has been present in Poland since 2008 as a member of an international group and provides top-level accounting and payroll services to major corporations around the world. The company specialises in comprehensive accounting, tax, bookkeeping, HR and payroll services and offers administrative management and consulting to clients. Process Solutions creates a dynamic working environment for over a hundred employees, supporting young professionals as well as experienced experts. The choice of new office space was a key part of planning of the company’s further development.

“To ensure that our growing group of employees enjoy the best possible conditions of their on-site work, we have been looking for new office space. Skyliner is the ideal choice not only because of its convenient location in the heart of Wola’s business district but also thanks to the comfortable solutions offered to tenants and the high standard of the building. We are positive that our employees will feel most comfortable in the new space,” said Tomasz Tąkiel, Managing Director of Process Solutions.

The tenant will occupy approximately 1,000 sq. m on the third floor of Skyliner, moving in early in 2025.

“We are grateful to Process Solutions for the trust they have placed in us. We are delighted that yet another renowned company appreciates our project. This is best proof that Skyliner is where businesses flourish and employees work effectively in a good environment. Our office building is special not only due to its comfort and modern technological solutions; we also offer the lowest maintenance fees among Warsaw’s skyscrapers,” said Michał Orłowski, Head of Leasing and Asset Management at Karimpol Polska.

The tenant was represented in the lease by Walter Hertz and the building owner was represented by CBRE.

Skyliner I is now 95% leased. The remaining vacant space is available for lease. Meanwhile, the construction of Stage II of the complex at Daszyńskiego Roundabout is underway, proceeding according to plan, with completion scheduled for the end of 2026. The second tower will be 130 metres tall with 24,000 sq. m of space on 28 floors. Most of the usable space (23,000 sq. m) will be dedicated to offices. Retail and service units on the ground floor of the building will occupy nearly 1,000 sq. m. The standard area of the office floor will be approximately 1,300 sq. m. The highest floors of the building will feature terraces-gardens with a total area of nearly 900 sq. m. WARBUD S.A. is the chief contractor of the investment project and APA Wojciechowski Architekci is responsible for the architectural design.

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