Greenberg Traurig Helps ISOC Group Acquire Expensive Office Building in Gdansk

Greenberg Traurig Helps ISOC Group Acquire Expensive Office Building in Gdansk

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The Warsaw office of Greenberg Traurig has represented the Manila's ISOC Group in the acquisition of the Argon building in the Alchemia office complex in Gdansk.

Greenberg Traurig reports that Argon is "the third phase of the Alchemia office complex" and describes it as "one of the largest free-standing office buildings in Poland and the most prestigious in the entire complex." Its gross leasable area is 38,000 square meters, with 36,000 square meters of office space and 2,000 square meters of retail.

Greenberg Traurig describes the ISOC Group as "a fast-growing company that focuses on cold chain logistics, energy, infrastructure, and property development in the Philippines." 

The Greenberg Traurig team was led by Partner Radomil Charzynski, supported by Senior Associate Karolina Olko and Associate Jakub Gajzler. Partner Aleksander Janiszewski, Senior Associate Pawel Jaskiewicz, and Associate Iga Czerniak handled the financing aspects of the acquisition, with Partner Marek Kozaczuk and Senior Associate Maciej Kacymirow responsible for tax advisory.

The firm did not reply to our request for more information.

Editor's Note: After this article was published, CEE Legal Matters learned that Dentons had advised the seller, the Gdansk-based real estate developer Torus, on the deal. The firm's team was led by Partner Monika Sitowicz and included Counsel Lukasz Zwiercan and Associates Andrzej Wloch and Karolina Ostrowska.