WeWork, the global shared workspace company, has signed more space at Browary Warszawskie. Its first members moved into the Biura przy Bramie building a few weeks ago, and the developer confirms now that it has rented more space at the next building of Browary Warszawskie – Biura przy Willi. With these parts combined, WeWork will create one of the largest shared workspaces in Poland, providing space for over 3,000 members, in Echo Investment’s project.
Flexible working flourishes in Browary Warszawskie
The inclusion of Browary Warszawskie in our portfolio in Poland confirms our commitment to this market. We have recently opened our first location in Browary Warszawskie and we are already looking forward to our next space in the new building, and welcoming more members to our community. This location of the city is not only central and easily accessible, but the building itself provides beautiful and modern architectural elements. We are excited to continue our expansion in Poland and we look forward growing our community here.
Mikhail Konoplev, General Manager, WeWork Central and Eastern Europe
Przestrzeń wspólna, biuro WeWork w Browarach Warszawskich
We are very pleased that the quality of the systems we propose in office buildings convinced WeWork to start cooperation with us. I am sure that at the end of the construction of Browary Warszawskie, upon leaving the office, every member will appreciate the charm and city squares, courtyards as well as rest and recreation places available to everyone. We designed Browary Warszawskie so as to make it a place for efficient work as well as recreation, meetings and leisure. A peaceful enclave arises here, the new centre of Warsaw is just next door and everything has perfect transport links with our quarter.
Michał Żelski, a regional sales manager in Echo Investment’s office department
Warsaw is a top city for flexible workspaces
Browary Warszawskie, Biura przy Bramie
WeWork has certainly been changing the face of the office real estate market in Poland. In our opinion this is one of the most effectively carried out lease processes in recent times due to the vision and perfect organisation of the project by the WeWork team as well as the attitude of Echo Investment representatives who were focused on finding the best solutions. The variety of planned functions and amenities created in a place with a rich history as well as close proximity to international institutions and very good access to public transport are the key factors that influenced WeWork’s decision to choose Browary Warszawskie, a distinctive project located in the heart of Warsaw’s new financial centre in Wola district.
Richard Aboo, the head of office agency CEE, Poland and Mikołaj Niemczycki, the Coworking Clients Manager in the office space department at Cushman & Wakefield