Another company has decided to lease space in the modern Mokotowska Square office building in Warsaw. The facility will house the headquarters of Westinghouse Electric Company.
The Mokotowska Square office building in Warsaw has become the headquarters for another company. The new tenant of the building is Westinghouse Electric Company, which operates in the field of manufacturing equipment that uses nuclear energy. The American company will occupy about 200 sqm of office space in the Warsaw building.
Mokotowska Square is a modern office building located in Warsaw at the intersection of Mokotowska and Krucza streets. It rises to a height of 7 floors above ground, with more than 8,500 sqm of working space available. In addition to office space, the building also includes space for dining, retail and service establishments. Additional amenities for tenants include underground parking spaces for cars and viewing terraces available on the top floor of the building.