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Another HB Reavis Warsaw asset awarded the BREEAM Excellent certificate

The Warsaw office complex West Station, currently under construction in the direct vicinity of Warszawa Zachodnia railway station, has been awarded the BREEAM Interim certificate at the Excellent level. The project's developer and owner is HB Reavis. The audit was carried out by Go4Energy.

This is the third BREEAM certificate granted to a HB Reavis investment in Warsaw, following Gdański Business Center and Postępu 14 which also received the same honour for their sustainable designs.

West Station is a modern business complex, comprising two distinct 14-storey buildings offering a total of 68,400 sq m of Grade A office space. One of its major advantages is its strategic location, providing future tenants with excellent commuting options, not only within Warsaw, but also to other Polish cities. The investment is located by a key thoroughfare in the capital city, which connects with the S8 expressway and the A2 highway near Aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia and, most notably, is in the direct vicinity of the new Warszawa Zachodnia railway station, which offers a network of suburban and regional train connections. The underground tunnel running between the two separate buildings will allow commuters to get to work by Fast Urban Railway (SKM), Warsaw Commuter Railway (WKD) or by public transportation without the need to walk outside. In the 'Transportation' category of the BREEAM certificate, this project achieved the maximum number of points.

The construction of the West Station complex commenced in Q4 2014. The first building is scheduled for commissioning in Q3 2016, while the second building is due to complete in Q4 2017. In addition to those already mentioned, tenants will include companies from the PKP Group, that is PKP S.A., PKP Informatyka and PKP Intercity.

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