|The Senator building has delivered 25,000 sqm of space|
Courtesy of Ghelamco Poland
Developer Ghelamco Poland has officially opened its Senator office building in Warsaw. The facility, which is located on ul. Bielańska in the capital’s Śródmieście district, has delivered 25,000 sqm of space.
“Senator is the most unique investment of Ghelamco Poland and at the same time a unique place in Warsaw,” said Jeroen van der Toolen, Ghelamco’s managing director for Central and Eastern Europe.
The Senator building was built on the site of the historic Polish Bank building and its architecture is modeled after that of the pre-war structure. The investment’s tenants include PKN Orlen, Legg Mason, Euronet and BRE Bank.
Ghelamco Poland specializes in the delivery of office and logistics developments and has completed over 400,000 sqm of office and warehouse space over the last 21 years. The company is also, under its Ghelamco Residential brand, present in the Polish housing market.
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