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HB Reavis and PKP S.A. sold West Station office buildings

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Two West Station buildings developed by HB Reavis and PKP S.A. have a new owner, Mapletree Investments, a leading real estate development, investment, capital and property management company headquartered in Singapore. West Station is not only a modern workspace, but also a lively part of the Jerozolimskie Corridor stretching west of the Warsaw city centre. Apart from introducing offices with easy access to the urban transportation system and publicly accessible ground floors, the project involved reshaping a part of the Warszawa Zachodnia railway station and improving the road and bike infrastructure in the area.

West Station comprises two buildings that are linked on the ground level and via an underpass to one of Poland’s major transportation hubs, the Warszawa Zachodnia railway station, which serves more than a thousand intercity and suburban trains every day.
Part of the station – excluded from the sale transaction – was also rebuilt within the development, including a completely new entrance as well as an underground ticket hall and a waiting area with several convenience stores.
There is a new “kiss & ride” zone and passengers can also use a spacious car park under the office buildings.
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The fully leased West Station I & II are home to approximately fifty companies, including PKP S.A. and its subsidiaries as well as the local branches of the world’s largest ATM manufacturer, Diebold Nixdorf, and the chemical industry powerhouse, BASF. In total, these BREEAM “Excellent” certified buildings which were completed in 2016-2017 offer 69,000 sq m of leasable space.
The open ground floors at West Station comprise dozens of shops and restaurants which are not only popular among office employees, but also commuters travelling from the Warszawa Zachodnia railway station.
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Developed along with the buildings was new road infrastructure which improved the car, bike and pedestrian traffic flow in the neighbourhood, making West Station even more interconnected with the city centre, the Chopin Airport, other districts of Warsaw and the rest of the country.
West Station is a joint venture of HB Reavis and Xcity Investments, an entity of PKP S.A. specialised in real estate development across Poland.

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