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Greenberg Traurig Advises Generali Real Estate on Acquisition of Warsaw Office Building

Greenberg Traurig Advises Generali Real Estate on Acquisition of Warsaw Office Building

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Greenberg Traurig's Warsaw office has advised Generali Real Estate on the acquisition of an office building in Warsaw from S+B Gruppe. Baker Tilly Woroszylska Legal assisted S+B Gruppe on the sale.

According to GT, the transaction was executed as a share deal. The office building located at Senatorska 18, within the Plac Teatralny area, offers over 17 thousand square meters of office space. 

“The unique location, deriving from the proximity of the Polish National Opera, the Old Town, and the Royal Castle, sets the tone for a special transaction of this size in the Warsaw office sector,” said Greenberg Traurig Partner Radomil Charzynski.  

Generali Real Estate is a global real estate asset manager, which invests in quality real estate assets located in the main European cities, with a focus on prime office buildings, retail and high street retail spaces.

The Greenberg Traurig team was led by Partner Radomil Charzynski, supported by Senior Associates Anna Wisniewska and Adam Narloch and Associates Filip Widuch and Maxymilian Rybczynski.

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