Ambassador Office Building Renews Two Long-time Tenants

Hines, the international real estate firm, has announced lease renewals with two tenants at Ambassador Office Building, which is located at Domaniewska 34A, close to the Wilanowska metro station. The agreements with Willis Towers Watson and Ipsos involve almost 40 percent of the office space in the building. Ambassador is owned by Hines Poland Sustainable Income Fund (HPSIF).

Willis Towers Watson – a global insurance broker specialising in consultancy, brokerage and risk and human resource management solutions – has decided to extend the contract and expand its space to include another floor. The tenant was represented by CBRE in the negotiations.

“Ambassador is a modern office building with a very good business location, thanks to which it can be easily reached from both the city centre and the airport. Professional management and an individual approach to the tenants make Ambassador a place that stimulates company development,” comments Cezary Klimont, COO at Willis Towers Watson.

A similar decision to extend the tenancy has been taken by Ipsos, one of the leaders of the market research and opinion polling sector. Ipsos provides  meaningful understanding of society, markets and people that help its clients determine brand marketing strategies carry out successful sales campaigns and build the organisation’s reputation.

“Our priority is to provide our employees with a comfortable working environment. Ambassador offers a high standard of office space and considerable possibilities to arrange it. The space we let fully caters to the needs of our company,” says Maria Brańska, CFO at Ipsos.

“We particularly value partner relations and are happy that tenants stay at Ambassador for many years. The extended contracts with Willis Towers Watson and Ipsos involve more than 6,000 square meters of the building’s office space. Ambassador’s location in a spot where office, commercial and residential functions develop in harmony is an additional advantage for the tenants,” comments Łukasz Pawikowski, director at Hines Poland.