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Daftcode remains in Warsaw Spire

Polish venture builder Daftcode has completed the renegotiation of its lease for office and retail space in Warsaw Spire. The tenant was represented in the negotiations by real estate advisory firm Cresa Poland.

Daftcode specializes in the creation of technological businesses. In the past eight years it launched about a dozen global businesses in such areas as payments, artificial intelligence and technological education. Daftcode’s portfolio also includes DaftCafe, which operates six cafés in Warsaw. Both companies were among the first tenants to sign up to Warsaw Spire.

In late 2019, Daftcode decided to extend the lease of its office space comprising the entire floorplate of almost 1,750 sqm on the 40th floor of Warsaw Spire. The company also renegotiated the lease of 230 sqm of retail space on the ground floor for the flagship coffee house DaftCafe, which opened there a couple of years ago. Daftcode and DaftCafe signed the new leases for another term of five years.

“Warsaw Spire is one of Europe’s most modern developments whose DNA – just like that of Daftcode – incorporates innovation and a passion for technologies. Its developers have successfully redefined the business hub of Warsaw, with the tower by Daszyńskiego Roundabout becoming a symbol of the Polish capital’s rapid growth,” says Jędrzej Szcześniak, Co-founder of Daftcode.

With 220 metres in height, Warsaw Spire is the tallest office tower in Poland. It offers a total of more than 71,000 sqm of leasable space. It is located by Daszyńskiego Roundabout, close to an M2 metro station. The owner of Warsaw Spire Tower is Austrian-based IMMOFINANZ.

“We are delighted that the Daftcode Group has recognised the prestige of the location, the building’s quality and services, and has chosen to extend its lease in Warsaw Spire. We are pleased that they are staying with us as we are preparing to bring to life a number of ideas and initiatives which will become available to everyone working in the tower and provide them with a significant added value,” says Magdalena Kowalewska, Country Manager Operations Poland, IMMOFINANZ.

“Daftcode sat down at the negotiating table early enough to give us plenty of time to review lease conditions and have them tailored to the tenant’s current needs. We are glad to have had this opportunity to leverage our expertise and experience to support this rapidly growing company,” says Artur Sutor, Partner, Head of Office Department, Cresa Poland.

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