Altkom Group, one of the leaders in the Polish training industry, will stay in the Warsaw Trade Tower office building for another period. The company has just extended the lease agreement for over 3,000 sq m. m2 gross. The tenant was represented by the Corees Polska agency.
– We are very pleased with the offer we use in the Warsaw Trade Tower, so we are glad that we have managed to renegotiate the contract for the next period – says Tadeusz Alster, CEO of the Altkom Group – The office building meets all our needs and we are happy to stay in it – he adds.
– We are satisfied with the negotiation of the terms of the lease extension for the Altkom Group – says Marek Ciunowicz, CEO at Corees Polska. – The negotiations took place at a time when both landlords and tenants have to give each other a lot of trust, which, as you can see in this case, exists between both parties – he emphasizes.
Warsaw Trade Tower is a 42-storey office tower located in Warsaw’s Wola district and one of the tallest skyscrapers in the capital. In April last year, the property supplemented the portfolio of Globalworth – a leading office investor in Central and Eastern Europe. The building offers over 45,000 sq m. of office space, offering tenants also attractive common spaces, most of which have been modernized. The insurance company AXA has its headquarters in Warsaw Trade Tower, as well as companies such as American Express, Avanssur, Leroy-Merlin and Mattel. Tenants have 400 parking spaces at their disposal. The building is located on Chłodna Street, near the intersection of Towarowa Street and Aleja Solidarności, and the Rondo Daszyńskiego metro station.
The Altkom Group includes, among others Altkom Akademia – one of the leading Polish companies in the training industry. It offers over 1000 trainings and exams in many areas and issues, mainly in the area of broadly understood information technologies, project management, law, finance, production processes and improvement of social and personal competences. The company has nine training centers all over Poland.