Real estate advisory firm Savills has been appointed as property manager for Widok Towers, the most centrally located skyscraper in Warsaw. The mandate follows many years of cooperation with German Commerz Real AG, the owner of the property, on Tulipan House and Millennium Park A.

Widok Towers is a mixed-use 95m high skyscraper in the very heart of Warsaw, located at 44 Jerozolimskie Avenue, next to Romana Dmowskiego Roundabout. It has an area of almost 35,000 sq m. Sitting next to the new Rotunda building, it was completed in 2021,  replacing the landmark Universal tower.

The anchor tenant of Widok Towers is Warsaw City Hall, which pre-let over 11,000 sq m of office space in the building in 2021. Other key tenants include Enel Med, Funk Gruppe, Movatoo, Vortune Equity and the trade promotion organisation Advantage Austria. Office leasing and facility management services are provided by S+B Gruppe AG, the developer of the property.

“It is the second skyscraper that has recently strengthened our property management portfolio in Poland. Less than a month ago we had the pleasure of announcing our takeover of property management of Sky Tower in Wrocław. We are delighted with this mandate to deliver for another prestigious high-rise building. Boasting a prime location, Widok Towers has become one of the new symbols of the city centre,” says Michał Bryszewski, Head of Property & Asset Management, Savills.

Savills provides comprehensive real estate advisory services, including office, retail and industrial property management.