Greenberg Traurig Warsaw has advised Golub GetHouse, as the landlord, on a lease concluded with WeWork, a flexible workspace provider, which became the exclusive tenant of office space in the Western Building of the Mennica Legacy Tower complex. DLA Piper advised WeWork on the deal.
The Mennica Legacy Tower complex, consisting of a 140-meter high Mennica Legacy Tower and an adjacent 43-meter Western Building being developed on the corner of Prosta and Zelazna streets in Warsaw by Golub GetHouse and Mennica Polska, will have a total lease area of 65,630 square meters. The complex was designed by the Chicago-based Goettsch Partners architecture studio, which appointed Epstein, a recognized design and construction company, as its local partner for the project.
Golub GetHouse is a real estate developer and investment company with over 55 years of experience on the real estate market in the United States and Europe. In Poland, the company has already completed the following office buildings: Warsaw Financial Center, International Business Center, Warsaw Corporate Center and PRIME Corporate Center – the head office of Raiffeisen Polbank.
WeWork is a global network of workspaces and supporting services with over 5,000 employees worldwide. Among its clients are start-ups and large corporations, including IBM and HSBC. Currently, the WeWork network consists of 253,000 members who use over 280 offices located around the world.
The transaction was led for Greenberg Traurig by Local Partner Magdalena Zyczkowska-Jozwiak, who was supported by Associate Agnieszka Gul-Czajkowska and Associate Karol Lewandowski.
The DLA Piper team included Counsel Michal Pietuszko and Associate Agata Koczorowska.