Getin Noble Bank Signs Lease Agreement for Space in The Warsaw HUB

In the second half of 2020 Getin Noble Bank will move its headquarters to The Warsaw HUB, which is being built in the new business centre of Warsaw. The agreement with the developer, Ghelamco Poland, has already been signed.

The agreement between Getin Noble Bank and Ghelamco Poland has been signed for 7 years. Getin Noble Bank will move to building C, where it will occupy nearly 18.5k square metres of space.

The transaction was supported by JLL, a consultancy which is the sole agent responsible for the lease of office and commercial space in The Warsaw HUB.

The tenant was represented by consulting firm CBRE.

Getin Noble Bank has joined the continuously growing group of The Warsaw HUB tenants. The complex will be home to, among others, Standard Chartered’s global business services centre, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn Express hotels, The Heart Warsaw centre of cooperation between corporations and startups, Biedronka supermarket, Zdrofit fitness club, Rossmann drugstore, and McDonald’s and Olimp restaurants. Agreements have already been signed for more than half of the space in The Warsaw HUB.

About The Warsaw HUB

The Warsaw HUB is a modern and multifunctional complex of high-rise buildings, which is being built in the fastest developing part of Warsaw, i.e. at Rondo Daszyńskiego in Wola district. It will consist of three skyscrapers: the 86-meter hotel building and two 130-meter office towers, which will be joined by a five-storey foundation.

The Warsaw HUB is currently Ghelamco Poland’s most innovative project, which will go far beyond the traditional concept of an office complex. The project is built upon the concept of a “hub”, i.e. a major functional and transportation centre. The complex will combine all functions which are necessary for the modern business to operate. The 113,000 sq. m of space will offer state-of-the-art office premises, a conference centre, hotels, a convenience centre, a fitness club, coworking space, and The Heart Warsaw centre of cooperation between corporations and start-ups.

The project will provide its future tenants with numerous sophisticated solutions including access to and navigation around the building using a smartphone, a car recognition system in the underground car park, and a charging station for electric cars.

Radosław Górecki

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Communication Manager — ‎Ghelamco Poland

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