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Poleczki Business Park is one of the largest business parks in Central Europe. It offers office, storage and retail and service space. It consists of 15 modern A-class office blocks (of different sizes) that have the height of 4 aboveground levels. Poleczki Business Park A2 VIENNA is about 21,000 m2 of office space to let. A typical floor area is 6,000 m2, which is rare among office blocks. There is a modern facade with large glazing ensuring optimum daylight access. Obviously, there is a possibility of any arrangement of space in an object of such a class. The advantage of PBP is the ability to use a range of services without having to leave the complex. The realisation of the 'city in a city' concept guarantees that one will save time and improve living comfort by implementing not only professional but also personal needs. Modern offices, extensive shopping and service facilities, indoor patios and braky roofs will meet the expectations of all who are looking for a modern office in a good location and in a friendly environment. There are more than 3,000 parking spaces available to the tenants in Poleczki Business Park. PBP meets the highest technical standards, the office block is applying for a LEED quality certificate. The complex is situated in the southern part of the city, in the Ursynów district, in the close proximity of Puławska street (one of Warsaw's major thoroughfares) and 0.5 km from S2 and S79 ring roads. The perfectly connected environment ensures efficient access to the rest parts of the city, via public and private transport. Directly at the park there are 4 bus lines, 2 private shuttle bus lines for employees and Veturilo public bicycle station. A drive to Warsaw Chopin Airport takes 5 minutes, and to the Central Station – less than 20 minutes.
Building is part of Poleczki Business Park office park.
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