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MAGNUSSON ADVISES VASTINT ON PROPERTY LEASE DEAL

2017-08-17

Magnusson advised Vastint, i.e. the real estate arm of Inter IKEA Group, in connection with the conclusion of an agreement, with Credit Agricole, for the lease of office space in Wrocław Business Garden.

The new location will be the head office of the Credit Agricole Bank and the European Leasing Fund as well as CA Insurance. The 15,000 square metres of the leased space make Credit Agricole one of the major tenants of the complex.

Advocate Artur Swirtun led Magnusson’s team advising on the case, with legal advisor Bartosz Dębski particularly involved.

Business Garden Wroclaw is located on Legnicka Street, in the vicinity of the shopping and entertainment center Magnolia and the Mikolajów railway station, and in close proximity to the city centre. Ultimately, the complex will consist of nine multifunctional buildings with a total leasable area of 117,000 m2. The tenant portfolio includes leading international and Polish brands such as Becton Dickinson, Capgemini, Dolby Laboratories and Ceneo.

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