Kwadraciak in Poznań is now fully let

Wielkopolskie Biuro Planowania Przestrzennego (Poznań Planning Office - WBPP) has leased 720 sq m of office space in Kwadraciak, an office building neighbouring Poznań’s landmark Okrąglak. The landlord was represented in the lease transaction by real estate advisory firm Savills while the tenant was advised by Cushman & Wakefield.

WBPP carries out zoning tasks assigned under statutory legislation to voivoideship authorities such as feasibility studies, local land use plans, planning documents, and zoning consultations.

Okrąglak and Kwadraciak are located in the very centre of Poznań, at the junction of 27 grudnia and Seweryna Mielżyńskiego streets. Okrąglak was built at the site of the former Bank Cukrownictwa (Sugar Industry Bank) in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Kwadraciak was completed in 2012 in conjunction with Okrąglak’s refurbishment. Both properties are owned by Benson Elliot and Sharow Capital. Real estate advisory firm Savills is the sole letting agent.

“Okrąglak is an iconic building in Poznań. Together with Kwadraciak, built later, they constitute a prime office location in the very heart of the city. With the lease signed with WBPP, Kwadraciak is now fully let. Ready-to-occupy office and retail units are still available in Okrąglak,” says Piotr Skuza, Regional Manager, Office Agency, Savills.