London, England, 18 June 2020 – Cain International, the privately held real estate investment firm operating in Europe and the United States, and its local development partner, White Star Real Estate, have started work on The Park Kraków. The development will comprise eight buildings and provide 100,000 sq m of new Grade A campus-style office accommodation and is well located at the intersection of Kuklińskiego and Saska Streets in near proximity to both the Kraków Płaszów train station as well as numerous bus and tram stops.
The Park Kraków will offer tenants flexible, open and dynamic office space that can be easily configured to suit tenant needs, as well as more than three hectares of biophilic-inspired design and green space in a vehicle-free courtyard in the centre of the development, including carefully curated greenery, water elements, natural materials, significant natural light throughout, and spacious terraces as part of the top floors of the development.
Tenants will benefit from a wide range of on-site amenities, including restaurants, cafes, service points, and relaxation areas, as well as two levels of underground parking that will be equipped with electric car charging stations and showers, lockers and bicycle racks.
Liam Le Roux, Head of European Asset Management at Cain International, said: “Kraków is one of the most dynamic cities in Poland and continues to experience significant demand from high-growth businesses in the BPO, IT and R&D sectors. The Park Kraków will deliver high quality and spacious office accommodation that has been designed with forward thinking tenants in mind, providing significant health and wellbeing benefits that will continue to remain crucial in the new working environment.
“We continue to see significant opportunities in gateway cities in the CEE market and look forward to delivering The Park Kraków to meet the demand and needs of the market.”
Bartosz Prytuła, Managing Partner at White Star Real Estate, said: “The Park Kraków will provide tenants with convenient access to public transport, as well as a comfortable and green working environment, wide culinary offer and numerous events to promote a healthy work-life balance, vibrant culture beyond working hours and sense of community, supported by dedicated tenant care and event managers in the in-house property management team.”