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Bouygues Immobilier Polska signs contracts with Qatar Holding for the purchase of headquarters of Telekomunikacja Polska SA in Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, 2nd December 2011 – Jones Lang LaSalle is pleased to announce that Bouygues Immobilier Polska has committed to the sale of an A-class office complex in Warsaw, currently developed by Bouygues Immobilier Polska for the purpose of headquarters of Polish Telecom (Telekomunikacja Polska SA).

The project will be the future headquarters of Polish Telecom – Telekomunikacja Polska SA. whose main shareholder is France Telecom. The complex will comprise five office buildings totalling 43,700 sq m of institutional quality lettable office area and more than 1000 parking spaces. The project will also include a number of amenities such as canteen, cafeteria, parking area for bicycles, innovation garden, first aid stations or local coffee rooms. The tailor-made headquarters of Polish Telecom will conform to the most rigorous standards of intelligent facilities. Each of the buildings in the complex will be equipped with raised floors and suspended ceilings, air-conditioning, security and telecommunication system, as well as modern Building Management Systems. The project is scheduled for completion by summer 2013 and it is going to be BREEAM certified.

The property occupies a prominent location on Aleje Jerozolimskie, in a left-bank Ochota district of Warsaw (South – West office submarket). The complex and its immediate neighbourhood is one of Warsaw’s prime non-central locations that benefits from excellent road access and visibility. It will also be exceptional in terms of public transportation, as the fast train to the airport has a stop next to the property. Additionally, several bus lines provide access to Central Railway Station and Coach Station (“Dworzec Zachodni”).

Bouygues Immobilier Polska was advised by the Polish office of Jones Lang LaSalle.

Navid Chamdia, Head of Real Estate, Qatar Investment Authority, commented: “We chose only prime properties and great covenant tenants. This investment proves that we believe in Polish economy and its development potential. Poland is coping very well with overall economic slowdown in Europe, which is confirmed by strong economic indicators. 

Laurent Tirot, Managing Director of Bouygues Immobilier Polska, commented: “In the first place, we are very happy that Telekomunikacja Polska SA has chosen Bouygues Immobilier Polska to develop their headquarters in Warsaw. We are currently under construction and are looking forward to completion and moving in by Telekomunikacja Polska SA.  With the deal with Qatar Holding, we are pleased that the investor has appreciated the quality of the scheme, the tenant and the location, which we have carefully selected for this development. We are positive that this is fantastic investment for Qatar Holding and we are looking forward to working together with Qatar Holding on other possible transactions in the future.This project is the first step in our development in Poland in the office market, where we intend to grow.”


About Bouygues Immobilier:

Bouygues Immobilier, is an international real estate developer, specialising in residential and commercial properties. The company was founded in 1956 in France and is now present in five European countries, i.e. France, Portugal, Spain, Belgium and Poland. Bouygues Immobilier Polska is present on the Polish market since 2001 and is the largest French developer in Poland.

About Qatar Holding:

Qatar Holding is a global investment found established in 2006 by Qatar Investment Authority. They are active worldwide covering wide range of industry sectors including financials, retail, commodities, industrial and real estate.