Globe Trade Center (GTC) considers to commence new office schemes across Poland. The developer is already prepared to start a few developments in Warsaw and other regional cities including Katowice.
„Łódź and Katowice proved to be very attractive office markets for us, particularly in the last 12 months. We look on these locations considering the start of new projects” – Jacek Wachowicz, member of the board of GTC, told to propertynews.pl.
At the same time, GTC signalized the new developments would be kicked-off only when opportune conditions are fulfilled. „We will launch the projects when the demand-supply ratio and the interest of tenants show us that this is a good moment to start” – Wachowicz explained.
GTC owns a 25 917 sq. meters construction plot on Mikołowska St. in the Katowice downtown where Mikołowska Office Center is planned. The investment will consist of two buildings offering approximately 26 000 sq. meters of leasable space in total.
In the middle of 2010, GTC delivered Francuska Office Center at 34 Francuska St. The complex comprises two buildings with a total of 21 504 sq. meters class A office space. The list of tenants includes: IBM, Tele-Fonika, Rockwell Automation, Ruch, Oracle, Vattenfall, Bank Millennium, Getin Bank, Nordea Bank, KPMG, Philips Lighting, American Heart of Poland, Arpid and Berlitz. The complex is currently 90% let.