CitySpace is opening a business centre in Tri-City. A new addition to the portfolio of this serviced office operator will be Gdańsk’s Tryton Business House, an office building located in the historic part of the city, just steps away from the European Solidarity Centre. The new space will offer more than 140 workstations located in comfortable offices and four flexible open space areas fitted out to bespoke needs of the future tenants.
The opening of the seventh CitiSpace business centre is scheduled for mid-October this year. This is the first location of this operator in the Pomerania region. The decision to launch serviced offices in Gdańsk was based on data showing rapid growth of outsourced services in this part of the country.
“Customers such as outsourcing service providers and shared service centres of global corporations are our primary focus as we work on our product,” says Sebastian Rączkowski, Managing Director, CitySpace. “But we do not lose sight of small- and mid-sized business, the usual target group for serviced offices; what makes us different is that our proposal is tailored to accommodate the needs of larger entities too. When we first launched flexible open office space on the market two years ago, we wanted to meet the expectations of large multinational companies that are taking their first steps in Poland or are relocating a part of their business to the country or are initiating time-limited projects here,” explains Mr Rączkowski.
The flexibility offered by CitiSpace lies in its ability to adjust the number of active workstations to the current needs of a business and to provide short-term contract options. And tenants do not have to worry about furnishing the space with furniture, fixtures and fittings or office and IT equipment as the operator takes care of that for them.
All CitySpace business centres are equipped with top-class IT infrastructure, quality furniture and numerous employee facilities to ensure comfort at work and uninterrupted operation. Common areas of serviced office space house backroom facilities such as a kitchen equipped with premium class coffee machine and relax zones where employees can take a short break if needed and then get back to work with a refreshed mind. Business meetings at CitySpace centres are held in dedicated tenant meeting rooms. At the Gdańsk location, companies using the flexible open space will have an exclusive access to a meeting room.
“CitiSpace’s decision to enter Tri-City is great news to the local office market. Flexible workspace is no doubt one of the key drivers for the future of the office sector. On the one hand, such places support start-ups to grow, and on the other, they serve large players, primarily those representing the now thriving business services sector. We are committed to ensure that our portfolio in Poland includes office property that offers modern space and solutions to accommodate the rapidly evolving business needs of our tenants,” says Sebastian Suchodolski, Head of Office Space Lease Department, Globalworth Poland, the owner of Tryton Business House.
Tryton Business House offers 24,200 square metres of modern class A office space and is located in one of the most recognisable spots in Gdańsk, at Jana z Kolna Street, close to the Gdańsk Shipyard. The building’s location ensures excellent access to public transport and enables fast transfer to other parts of the city, including Lech Walesa International Airport. The office building is BREEAM “Excellent” certified.
CitySpace targets a wide group of customers, from start-ups to corporations. Its tenants include companies across finance, pharmaceutical, high-tech, real estate and consultancy sectors and many more. Other CitySpace’s services include a business address in a prime location for company registration and mail handling services at a cost starting from PLN 150. One-person office space is available starting from PLN 850.
CitySpace is offices offered across 7 locations in Poland (3 in Warsaw and one in Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow and Wroclaw each). The company has been active in Poland since 2015. Its owner is Echo Investment SA, the largest Polish developer company.