Linklaters has advised development company Skanska on the purchase of the remaining stake of shares in Business Link sp. o.o. from the Academic Entrepreneurship Incubator foundation, which runs a network of co-working and private rental offices in Poland.
Business Link manages five co-working spaces located in the Astoria office building in Warsaw and in buildings constructed by Skanska in Poznan, Krakow, Wroclaw, and Prague. Previously, Skanska owned a 40% interest in Business Link. This most recent acquisition transforms the company into the sole shareholder.
The Linklaters Warsaw team was led by Managing Associate Klaudia Krolak and Counsel Michal Miecinski. They were supported by Managing Associates Agnieszka Mencel, Monika Krzyszkowska-Dabrowska, and Agnieszka Maj-Zuk, Senior Associate Ewa Szmigielska, and Junior Associate Maciej Ficinski.
Linklaters informed CEE Legal Matters that it cannot disclose any further information on the deal.