Last year brought a great deal of interest in flexible office space in Poland. CitySpace, a Polish operator of flexible serviced offices, increased its managed area by 70 pct and it launched over 800 additional workstations. The company not only conquers the capital but also other large Polish cities, including Kraków, Wrocław, Gdańsk and Katowice.
CitySpace already rents desks in ten locations in Poland – in Warsaw, Wrocław, Gdańsk, Katowice and Kraków. In 2019 the company launched as many as four offices: in the Aquarius Business House in Wrocław, Galeria Młociny in Warsaw, the Moje Miejsce office building in Warsaw’s Mokotów district and the third building of the O3 Business Campus office complex in Kraków.
“The boom on the market of flexible office space, which started in Poland in 2017-2018, means that the group of our tenants has been constantly growing. Today, we have ten varied locations in several major cities, which are addressed to medium-sized companies and large corporations. We manage almost 17,000 sqm of flexible office space with around 1,900 workstations,” says Jarosław Bator, the managing director of CitySpace.
In all offices, CitySpace provides the best air parameters, perfect silencing and lighting of rooms, advanced IT systems, the safest servers and full customer service. The operator's clients are currently several dozen companies from the financial, real estate and pharmaceutical sectors, among others.
The development of the CitySpace chain is accompanied by its care for tenant comfort, quality of finishing and standard. The company is working on this with e.g. a renowned Medusa Group architectural studio or the E1 Collective creative agency. It is the Medusa Group studio that developed the design of CitySpace Club Beethovena in Moje Miejsce and Galeria Młociny as well as the new office at the O3 Business Campus.
“Our clients can choose from modern coworking offices with a unique meeting area in industrial containers at Galeria Młociny, private, well-equipped offices in the Moje Miejsce building in Warsaw, a modern workspace in the O3 Business Campus in Kraków and other places with optimal locations, standards and conditions. Our tenants’ needs differ, and we draw inspiration from it when planning our further locations,” adds Jarosław Bator.
In 2020 CitySpace intends to focus on searching for new locations in major Polish cities – in central or very well-linked places. The operator plans to launch or expand 4 more offices, in Łódź and Gdańsk, among others, which will jointly provide more than 800 workstations.