Ethos office building in Warsaw acquired by a Credit Suisse Asset Management real estate fund

Ethos

Ethos, class A office building, located at the heart of Warsaw, has been sold by Kulczyk Silverstein Properties to a Credit Suisse Asset Management real estate fund. Avison Young and CBRE jointly represented the seller throughout the sale process.

This newly redeveloped building, awarded with BREEAM “Excellent” certification, offers ca. 17,700 sqm of office and retail space altogether. Ethos is located in the prestigious and sought-after office area, at Plac Trzech Krzyży, and is superbly visible on the historical Royal Route. Retail high street space is leased by luxury brands and will also accommodate premier Italian fashion brands. Ethos also hosts first in Poland Michelin Star restaurant.

Edgar Rosenmayr, CEO of Kulczyk Silverstein Properties says: “Ethos is well-recognized not only on the Warsaw office market, but recognized as a city landmark and meeting point. Two years ago Ethos underwent modernization and comprehensive reconstruction, thanks to which it now appeals to the highest international building and environmental standards.  The tenants appreciate its unique location and outstanding quality which only proves that prestigious modern spaces in Warsaw City Center are greatly valued. We are thrilled that a building of this significance was acquired by a real estate fund of Credit Suisse Asset Management.”

Przemysław Łachmaniuk, Director – Investment Properties at CBRE Poland: „The Sale of Ethos demonstrates once again that Warsaw has established itself among the truly core markets of Europe. Unlike most core markets however, it is the rental growth potential and development of this booming city which sets it apart from most Western European Capitals. It is one of the only core markets in Europe where investors are able to secure prime product leased to blue chip tenants at attractive yields with significant upside potential. Ethos’ unique mixture of best in class grade A offices and flagship retail space, situated in the Polish Capital’s most prestigious location will ensure it retains its timeless position on the market.”

Michał Ćwikliński, Principal, Managing Director Poland at Avison Young comments: „Sales of Ethos office building proves, that great location together with effective refurbishment and good choice of tenants guarantee a market success. Currently we observe in Warsaw increase of investors’ interest in prime buildings; as the supply of such assets is limited, we might expect their further value increase.”

Kulczyk Silverstein Properties was advised by Avison Young, CBRE and Dentons. Cushman&Wakefield, Greenberg Traurig, CMT and PwC provided advisory services on the buy side.

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