Arcadis moves to offices at Dworzec Zachodni


Arcadis moves to offices at Dworzec Zachodni


July 2018 will see Arcadis, a global design and consultancy firm for natural and built assets, move its office to the West Station II building, where it will occupy approx. 1 300 sqm of office space. The developer behind the office building located at Warsaw’s Aleje Jerozolimskie is HB Reavis. The Office Agency department at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland supported Arcadis in the office search and lease term negotiation process.

We are really pleased that at the beginning of the summer season our office will be moved to a scheme owned by such a renowned developer as HB Reavis. West Station meets our requirements as to the standard of the building and the location perfectly. It offers direct access to Dworzec Zachodni, which will certainly facilitate our further growth in the country and enable us to strengthen our leading position within the design and consultancy industry.

Piotr Rusinek, Buildings Operations Director at Arcadis

Our successful collaboration with Arcadis in respect of the search for their new Warsaw office was possible thanks to the big effort and involvement of all interested parties. At first, our client’s requirements arising from the specific nature of their business seemed difficult to fulfil. Nevertheless, the chosen building met all of them. The new location fits in with the Arcadis business profile perfectly, where the division in charge of rail and road infrastructure design will be working in a place surrounded by all means of transport, the built assets division will move closer to their clients in the heart of the city centre, while the environmental solutions and water solutions divisions will be able to benefit from the excellent amenities available within the complex and the regenerated Park Zachodni on the other side of Aleje Jerozolimskie.

Adrian Bojczuk, Associate Director at BNP Paribas Real Estate

The fact that West Station was chosen by a client having in-depth knowledge of the requirements set for modern buildings is a special honour for us. We are pleased to welcome Arcadis amongst our tenants. We are convinced that they will love this designed for everyday people’s needs place.

Karol Wyka, Country Leasing Director at HB Reavis

West Station accommodates a total of 68 500 sqm of office space. The complex designed by the FS&P Arcus architectural firm is a joint venture of HB Reavis, PKP S.A. and Xcity Investment. It comprises two fourteen-storey office buildings and a new railway station building facing Aleje Jerozolimskie.

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