Niam fund expands its real estate portfolio

Niam fund expands its real estate portfolio

Skanska, which owns Wrocław's Green2Day office building, has decided to sell the building to the Niam fund. The seller was represented by Linklaters advisors, and the buyer by Dentons. The complex offers 18,000 square meters of Class A office space on seven floors. The building has a two-story underground hall where parking is located. The building's Gold LEED certification, which reflects the modernity and eco-friendliness of the development, has attracted the attention of many tenants, with ULTIMO, Tieto and KPMG among them. Green2Day is Skanska's fifth investment in Lower Silesia. Maćków Pracownia Projektowa is responsible for the architectural design.

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