Starting July 2020, Rondo Business Park - the office complex located in Krakow - will be managed by an experienced Globalworth team. A percentage of over 80% of the company's Polish portfolio is represented by in-house managed assets.
- According to our announcements, the number of properties managed by our property managers is systematically growing. The in-house property management model, that allows us to be closer to tenants, is one of the most important elements of our company's strategy. This month we have added Rondo Business Park to the list of projects managed by Globalworth. It is one of the most characteristic office buildings in Krakow. The award-winning project is the place where companies such as Capgemini, Crif and UPC have their offices - says Maciej Kamiński, Head of Property & Facility Management at Globalworth Poland.
Rondo Business Park is a complex consisting of three buildings with a total leasable area of nearly 20,000 sqm. Located in the northern part of Krakow, at Lublańska 38 offers over 450 parking spaces.
The investment was designed by the well-known studio Ingarden & Ewý. The architectural design of Rondo Business Park has been recognized in many competitions. Rondo received the award "Krakow my home" in the category of public utility architecture and the awards of the Marshal of the Małopolska Region in the competition for the prize of the Stanisław Witkiewicz Małopolska Voivodeship in 2008.
Rondo Business Park is equipped with technical solutions and amenities that are standard for A-class office buildings. The design allows for any interior arrangement, while significant glazing of the facade will provide excellent access to daylight. The building is just 25 minutes away from the International Airport. The location also enables comfort access to other parts of the city.
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