First Tenants in the Proximo Building in Warsaw17 listopada 2014
Hines Poland has signed the first tenancy contracts for the rental of service and commercial space in the Proximo building, located at the corner of Prosta and Przyokopowa streets, directly next to the ‘Rondo Daszyńskiego’ subway station in Warsaw. The contracts have been concluded for a period of five years and they involve nearly 700 square meters of space. The hairdressing salon Jean Louis David and the Green Caffe Nero coffee shop will occupy space on the ground floor, near a subway exit, while the food venue Olimp will operate on the first floor. Throughout the negotiation process, Proximo’s owner was represented by Colliers International consultancy company.
The first Proximo tenants will be able to commence operations in the building in June 2016.
An office building underway on the verge of the Central Business Area, at the corner of Prosta and Przyokopowa streets, in the direct vicinity of Rondo Daszyńskiego and of the line 2 subway station with the same name. The nearest entrance to the subway is located eight metres from the facade of Proximo and 22 metres from the building’s main entrance. There are only two stations in between Proximo and ‘Świętokrzyska’ station, which will serve as a transfer hub. This means that the commute to the area of the Palace of Culture and Science, from the moment of leaving Proximo, should take slightly over five minutes, and less than fifteen minutes to the Dworzec Wileński station. A broad range of services, including conference and hotel related services, is located within the radius of 0.5 to three kilometres from Proximo.
Proximo will offer to its tenants 28,385 square meters of Class A space, spread over 13 above-ground storeys, including ca. 2, 000 square meters of retail and services space on the ground and first floor of the building.