Investment fund company set to join tenants of Kraków’s Wadowicka 3 complex. The building is owned by Partners Group & Reino Partners. JLL experts supported the tenant in the process of lease negotiations and preparation of their new premises.
FORUM Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych (FTFI) is the latest tenant to move into the newly completed office building – the third and last building of the Wadowicka 3 office complex, which is located close to Rondo Matecznego in Kraków. TFI will occupy 880 sqm on the fifth floor of the building. Within the framework of the concluded contract, the landlord will also ensure the fit-out of the office space adapted to the needs of the company’s team. In the process of negotiating the lease terms, the tenant was represented by the consulting agency, JLL. JLL’s Project and Development Services (P&DS) advised the tenant on office design and supervised the implementation by the landlord.
FORUM Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych (FTFI) has been operating in the financial market since 2007, and currently employs over 50 people. The company specializes in the creation and management of closed-end investment funds, including non-public assets and securitization funds, and addresses its offer to individual and institutional clients, including listed companies.
“We want to provide our employees with high standards in terms of the comfort and quality of office space. This, among other things, is what Wadowicka 3 has to offer, thanks to sustainable and ecological solutions. The location in the heart of Krakow offers great value as the building’s connections to every part of the city, means that a wide range of amenities are within easy reach. This convenient location also increases the attractiveness of this new office complex in the eyes of our clients”, says Michał Miśkowiec, CEO of FORUM Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych.
Situated in the southern part of Kraków, on Wadowicka Street, the investment has been developed in a rapidly developing business center. The location near Matecznego Roundabout, one of the city’s main arterial intersections, means that the complex is well-served by both car and public transport.
Wadowicka 3 is a complex of three seven-storey office buildings, the last of which was completed in 2021. The complex offers a total of about 31,000 sqm of office space and additional retail and service space located on the first floor. A characteristic feature of the investment, designed by Medusa Group architectural studio, is the broken glass-like façade of the buildings. The Class A building was developed in accordance with BREEAM certification at the Excellent level, which ensures a functional and sustainable working environment.