Cushman & Wakefield has been property manager for The Warsaw Hub since its completion in 2020. Property management for Google Poland will cover towers B and C, and the underground section of tower A.
The Warsaw HUB is an international award-winning complex located in the fastest-growing part of Warsaw, near Daszyńskiego Roundabout. It comprises three buildings: an 86-metre-high hotel building and two 130-metre-high office towers connected by a shared five-storey podium. It boasts a modern design created by AMC Andrzej Chołdzyński architects, who also designed the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The interior of The Warsaw HUB was designed by Przemysław “Mac" Stopa and the team of Massive Design. The complex features numerous cutting-edge solutions, including Signal OS, which integrates a mobile app with an access control system, and a system of electronic wayfinders.
“The Warsaw HUB is aligned with ESG strategy standards. Its multiple certificates, including WELL, BREEAM at the Excellent level and the “Building without Barriers” certificate are testament to the highest quality of its user-friendly space, which has been designed to address occupiers’ needs and where employee wellbeing and positive workplace experience and environmental sustainability are number one priorities,”
- comments Zuzanna Paciorkiewicz, International Partner, Head of Operations, Asset Services Poland, Cushman & Wakefield.
“The Warsaw HUB has also received WELL Health-Safety Rating, focusing on building safety, including emergency preparedness programmes, health service resources, resilience against COVID-19, and air and water quality management. Receiving all these certificates is a great distinction that reflects the culture of the ESG strategy, a management priority for Google Poland and Cushman & Wakefield alike,”
- adds Zuzanna Paciorkiewicz.
Property management in The Warsaw HUB is based on the concept of Community Building, implemented in 2021 as part of Cushman & Wakefield’s proprietary project “WakeApp Your Office”.
“The office building near Daszyńskiego Roundabout in Warsaw is yet another project in our portfolio for which we deliver marketing and community building services. Our key role is to support the process of building a community around the property by using a set of tools designed for landlords. Being an expert in this field, Cushman & Wakefield also offers proven solutions and supports placemaking around The Warsaw Hub by drawing on its strong track record,”
- adds Grzegorz Dyląg, Partner, Head of Asset Services Business Space, Asset Services EMEA, Cushman & Wakefield.
Google Poland has been active in the Polish market since 2005. Its regional office and R&D centre are based in Warsaw. Its core business is establishing business relationships, conducting training sessions for companies and participation in technological projects.