15 May 2018
Zebra Tower in Warsaw gains mBank as new tenant
Zebra Tower in Warsaw has gained another attractive tenant in mBank, the first fully Internet-based bank in Poland. The country’s fourth largest bank is set to occupy around 4,700 sq m of office space in Zebra Tower by 17 September at the latest. Completed in 2010, the Class A building is a Union Investment property. A number of leases have been agreed for Zebra Tower since the beginning of the year with users such as Cloudity, Astek, Enefit and YND Technologies, meaning that the property is now over 90 per cent let.
“The lease with mBank underlines the property’s first-class location directly opposite the Politechnika metro stop, and also the importance that companies in Warsaw from many different sectors attach to certified office buildings,” said Christian Jansen, asset manager tenant relations at Union Investment.
Zebra Tower offers approximately 18,000 sq m of office and retail space across 17 storeys, as well as 124 car parking spaces. Famous for the distinctive zebra-like appearance of its black and gold façade, the building is one of the most sustainable in Warsaw. Its sustainability credentials have earned the office tower an LEED Gold rating.