Immobel introduces WeWork to Poland

WeWork – an international space, community and services provider, which provides innovative space to large and small companies in more than 20 countries will move into CEDET. 

CEDET building in Warsaw

The company, whose services are used by more than 240,000 people, will occupy nearly 3900 sqm of space on the first and second floor of the building. The new tenant will also have an internal 275 sqm patio for its sole use. Along with the opening of the WeWork headquarters, Warsaw will become the 12th city in Europe, whose resourceful residents will be able to use these spaces.

Currently, one of the biggest start-ups in the world has over 250 locations in 74 cities and 22 countries. Locations in Europe include: London, Manchester, Madrid, Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Amsterdam and Paris, and soon, Cedet in Warsaw. Cedet, which was scheduled to officially open in mid-May, offers a size of lease modules that is unique for the city centre, available on one storey of the building – about 3,000 sqm. Moreover, the building features unusually high office rooms with a clearance of 2.90 m, as well as tilting windows and terraces that are accessible to tenants. The architecture of the new Cedet provides a more flexible workplace design, where offices can be effectively arranged as either open-plan spaces or divided into individual rooms. Bike rooms with changing rooms and showers are available to tenants.

Mikhail Konoplev, General Manager, WeWork Central & Eastern Europe, said, “Poland has always had a creative workforce and successful businesses. Today, Poland is a rapidly developing economy home to big businesses, an active market for small-to-medium-sized enterprises, and millions of entrepreneurs. Our mission is to give our members the space, community, services, and flexibility they need to bring energy and inspiration to their work, while fostering collaborations with like-minded people who can help their businesses grow and succeed.”

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Written by: Monica Zielinski