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Act BSWW Advises Reino Partners and Buma Group on Cu Office Project

Act BSWW Advises Reino Partners and Buma Group on Cu Office Project

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Act BSWW has advised both Reino Partners and Buma Group on their joint venture construction project in Wroclaw, consisting of two office buildings with a total area of 23,000 square meters. The first offices will be delivered to tenants by the end of 2018.

The construction of the first, bigger (13,000 square meter) office building began recently, while the second, smaller building will have an area of 10,000 square meters. According to act BSWW, "the buildings will stand out among other projects thanks to green terraces in the eight-floor buildings as well as modern bicycle facilities."

The Warsaw lawyers of act BSWW handled both the due diligence of the real estate and its acquisition for the purpose of building Cu Office, as well as additional advice throughout the process. The firm also supported Reino Partners and Buma Group in terms of establishing and operating a joint venture and in terms of the investment process.

Michal Wielhorski, act BSWW Managing Partner, supervised the work of the legal team with the support of Associates Michał Soltyszewski and Mateusz Prokopiuk.

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