Hi Piotrkowska with a new seat of PKO Bank Polski in Łódź
PKO Bank Polski will be the first office tenant of the Hi Piotrkowska complex, which is being constructed in the centre of Łódź. The new seat of the bank will occupy 1650 sq.m. of space located on the ground floor and the eighth floor of the office tower. The completion of the building is scheduled for April 2020.
Hi Piotrkowska, the flagship investment of Master Management Group, which is being built at the junction of Mickiewicza Avenue, Kościuszki and Piotrkowska Street, will become the new seat of PKO Bank Polski Branch no 1 in Łódź. The offices of the organisational units of the Bank managing the region and working for the benefit of the Łódź region will also be located here. The bank has leased 1145 sq. m. of office space on the eighth floor of the office tower and 442 sq. m. of space on the ground floor of the building for service activities.
‘We are proud that PKO Bank Polski, the leader of the Polish banking sector trusted us and will locate its office in our complex. The choice of Hi Piotrkowska as the location for the new seat of the bank underlines the prestigious character of the investment and will certainly translate into an increase in business attractiveness of this part of the city.’ – explains Justyna Drużyńska – Krystosiak, Director of Office Operations at Master Management Group. ‘Thanks to the proximity of the Piotrkowska Centrum Transfer Centre and the W-Z route, the bank’s clients will quickly reach the new branch and office employees s will gain a comfortable and conveniently located workplace’ – adds Justyna Drużyńska – Krystosiak.
‘PKO Bank Polski continuously modernizes and optimizes its sales network by adjusting it to the potential of micro-markets and changing customer needs, therefore it undertakes actions related to increasing the efficiency of branch operations and improving the availability of Bank’s services. As part of these activities, the Bank, among others, modernizes the offices of existing branches, opens new banking outlets, and also relocates its outlets to new locations. HI Piotrkowska will become the new seat of PKO Bank Polski Branch no 1. We believe that the new location in the centre of Łódź will also satisfy clients who will be able to use services in modern office building interiors’ – says Magdalena Soj-Domagała, Director of PKO Bank Polski Branch no 1. in Łódź. ‘We are convinced that the arrangement taking into account the conveniences for the clients, like the possibility of individual meetings of advisors with clients in meeting rooms – providing the client with full comfort of conversations, as well as online appointment booking system (to book a face-to-face appointment) – with the option to book a customer service points, and choose the advisor, will meet clinets’ approval – adds Magdalena Soj-Domagała.
The opportunities for business development in the Hi Piotrkowska complex attract local entrepreneurs and large chain brands. Among the tenants there are: Starbucks, HEBE, Just GYM, Żabka, Namieszane Grill & Bar, bakery and bistro Z pieca Rodem, as well as Apteka Europejska and Delikatesy Fabryczne. The building offers the last two vacant units (premises): a corner unit (premises) with an area of 270 sq.m. on the ground floor of a hotel building with an entrance from Piotrkowska Street and Mickiewicz Avenue, and an office building with an entrance from the Transfer Centre with an area of 120 sq.m. Both premises are intended for commercial and service activities. Thanks to its various functions, Hi Piotrkowska 155 will enrich its office, retail and service offer in the centre of Łódź. The convenient location of the investment near the Transfer Centre, commonly known as the “Unicorn Stable”, provides comfort of using public transport (12 tram lines and 6 bus lines). According to the data of the City Hall of Łódź, this place is used by up to 50,000 people every day. The complex also has the potential to stimulate tourism in the city. The tenant of one of the three buildings is Hampton by Hilton, and the location of the investment in the immediate vicinity of the longest shopping promenade in Europe, Piotrkowska Street, emphasizes the uniqueness of this address.Get PDF