Eiffage moves its office

25 October 2018

In early 2019, construction group Eiffage Poland will move the head office of its companies to Graffit in Warsaw’s Mokotów district. Eiffage was represented in its 910 sq m office lease transaction by real estate advisory firm Savills.

Eiffage is a major construction group and concessions operator in Europe. Its leading company in Poland is Eiffage Polska Budownictwo, a general contractor which has been active in the construction industry for 30 years, delivering office, retail, hotel, residential, industrial and sports buildings. Since its inception it has completed more than 670 projects across Poland, including the Posnania shopping centre, a mixed-use scheme OVO in Wrocław, a hotel and residential complex Aquarion in Zakopane, as well as flats and apartments Mennica Residence, Browary Warszawskie, Żoliborz Artystyczny and Studio Mokotów in Warsaw. Eiffage Poland also includes a developer Eiffage Immobilier Polska, which will move to the Graffit office building together with Eiffage Polska Budownictwo.

“Eiffage decided to move, among other things, to enjoy a higher office standard. A key driver in the tenant’s decision to choose Graffit was the very high quality of its office space, which is confirmed by the BREEAM Interim certificate with an Excellent rating. In addition, the tenant was granted the right to place its logo on the building’s roof and provided a larger-than-average number of parking spaces for its employees,” says Maciej Sałata, Consultant, Office Agency, Tenant Representation, Savills.

Graffit is a modern office building at 28 Domaniewska Street in Warsaw. It was delivered to the market in March 2018 and offers approximately 18,500 sq m of top-quality office space. The complex was developed by Hines. It had been designed by the Polish office of Rolfe Judd. The building is BREEAM Interim certified with an Excellent rating and a top score in the transport category, among other things, for its proximity to the Metro Wilanowska station and convenient tram and bus connections.