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Monday, April 11, 2016

Goldman Sachs takes top of Warsaw Spire

Investment bank Goldman Sachs is to relocate its Polish headquarters from Liberty Corner on ul. Mysia in Warsaw to the highest floor of the Warsaw Spire office tower, which is now close to completion.

The tenant has leased over 5,000 sqm of the main tower (building ‘A’) from the project’s developer Ghelamco Poland. The opening of the building, as well as the Plac Europejski square which forms part of the complex, has been scheduled for May this year.

The Warsaw Spire complex consists of the 180m high 'A' skyscraper two lower-storey buildings – 'B' and 'C' (55m high each). It will comprise an office area of over 100,000 sqm. The main tenants include Adecco Poland, Benefit Systems, Bilfinger HSG Facility Management, BNP Paribas Securities Services, Centrum Unijnych Projektów Transportowych, Daftcode, Frontex, Ghelamco Poland, JLL and Samsung.

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