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Kupiec Poznański is a modern shopping center located in the heart of the city, on the outskirts of Poznan's Market Square. The building is recognizable, easily accessible and distinguished by its distinctive architecture. It is located along the main tourist and shopping routes. It has 6 floors above ground and about 32,000 sqm of total space, including about 10,000 sqm of office space. Three levels are occupied by a shopping mall with numerous stores, restaurants and cafes, as well as a medical center. Another three floors include attractive office space, conference rooms and workshop areas. The high standard of finishes, the use of environmentally friendly solutions, the possibility of flexible space arrangement, as well as considerable glazing and optimal access to daylight, ensure comfortable working conditions. Tenants have underground parking spaces at their disposal. An additional advantage is access to a wide range of attractions and amenities offered by the very center of Poznań. CH Kupiec Poznański is located in the Old Town, in the vicinity of high-class office buildings, historic streets and tenement houses. The area includes the aforementioned Market Square, the Royal Castle, Galeria MM and parks, a little further - CH Stary Browar. The location allows you to take full advantage of Poznan's shopping, dining, cultural and hotel offer. The vibrant neighborhood provides inspiration and motivation for action, it is also a place for business and social meetings. The location allows efficient access to the rest of the district, both by public transportation and by your own means of transport. Numerous bus and streetcar stops are nearby. It takes about 10 minutes by car to reach the Poznań Główny railroad station, and about 20 minutes to reach the Poznań-Ławica Airport.
|Service charge||22 PLN/m2|
|Total office space||32,000 m2|
|Typical floor space||3,500 m2|
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