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Offices for rent in Warsaw

1 – 50 of 676

Atrium 2 - sublease

Warsaw, Wola, 1, Pereca Street

  • 588 m²
  • 15 €
  • Immediately

Atrium Garden

Warsaw, Wola, 19, Jana Pawła II Avenue

  • 2 444 m²
  • 17 - 19 €
  • Immediately

Central Point

Warsaw, Śródmieście, Świętokrzyska Street / Marszałkowska Street

  • 15 163 m²
  • 23.50 - 24.50 €
  • III quarter 2021

Chmielna 25

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 25, Chmielna Street

  • 139 m²
  • 21.50 €
  • Immediately

G9

Warsaw, Wola, 7/9, Giełdowa Street

  • 2 619 m²
  • 14.50 €
  • Immediately

Koneser Laboratorium P - sublease

Warsaw, Praga Północ, 8, Koneser Square

  • 851 m²
  • 15.50 €
  • Immediately

Le Palais

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 7/9, Próżna Street

  • 257 m²
  • 23.50 €
  • Immediately

Marynarska Point 2

Warsaw, Mokotów, 15c, Postępu Street

  • 6 766 m²
  • 12.00 - 12.50 €
  • Immediately

Metron (BTC)

Warsaw, Mokotów, 69, Niepodległości Avenue

  • 1 874 m²
  • 14.00 - 14.50 €
  • Immediately

Mistral A

Warsaw, Ochota, 162, Jerozolimskie Avenue

  • 172 m²
  • 12.95 €
  • Immediately

Mistral B

Warsaw, Ochota, 162a, Jerozolimskie Avenue

  • 1 953 m²
  • 12.95 €
  • Immediately

Mokotowska 57

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 57, Mokotowska Street

  • 574 m²
  • 80 - 100 zł
  • Immediately

N21

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 21, Nowogrodzka Street

  • 1 763 m²
  • 19.50 €
  • Immediately

Norway House

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 19, Lwowska Street

  • 657 m²
  • 17.50 €
  • To be agreed

Prosta Office Centre - sublease

Warsaw, Wola, 51, Prosta Street

  • 1 288 m²
  • 15 €
  • Immediately

R34

Warsaw, Mokotów, 34, Rzymowskiego Street

  • 1 498 m²
  • 10 €
  • Immediately

Royal Trakt Offices

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 41, Ujazdowskie Avenue

  • 1 356 m²
  • 19 - 21 €
  • Immediately

The Warsaw Hub B

Warsaw, Wola, 2b, Daszyńskiego Roundabout

  • 7 120 m²
  • To be agreed
  • Immediately

The Warsaw Hub C

Warsaw, Wola, 2c, Daszyńskiego Roundabout

Building completely leased.

Warsaw Spire A - sublease

Warsaw, Wola, 1, Europejski Square

  • 1 582 m²
  • 22 €
  • Immediately

Warsaw UNIT

Warsaw, Wola, 1, Daszyńskiego Roundabout

  • 29 065 m²
  • To be agreed
  • Immediately

Wołoska 24

Warsaw, Mokotów, 24, Wołoska Street

  • 3 000 m²
  • 14.50 €
  • November 2021

Wronia 31

Warsaw, Wola, 31, Wronia Street

Building completely leased.

Zebra Tower - sublease

Warsaw, Śródmieście, 1, Mokotowska Street

  • 339 m²
  • 19.50 €
  • Immediately

AAT Trading Company HQ

Warsaw, Ursynów, 431, Puławska Street

Building completely leased.

Adgar BIT

Warsaw, Mokotów, 11, Konstruktorska Street

  • 2 462 m²
  • 11.50 €
  • Immediately

Adgar Park West A

Warsaw, Ochota, 181a, Jerozolimskie Avenue

  • 856 m²
  • 13.50 €
  • Immediately

Adgar Park West B

Warsaw, Ochota, 181b, Jerozolimskie Avenue

  • 1 619 m²
  • 13.50 €
  • Immediately

Adgar Park West C

Warsaw, Ochota, 181c, Jerozolimskie Avenue

Building completely leased.

Adgar Park West D

Warsaw, Ochota, 181a, Jerozolimskie Avenue

  • 6 423 m²
  • 16 €
  • 16 months

Adgar Plaza A

Warsaw, Mokotów, 17a, Postępu Street

  • 3 719 m²
  • 13 €
  • Immediately

Adgar Plaza B

Warsaw, Mokotów, 17b, Postępu Street

  • 634 m²
  • 13 €
  • Immediately

Adgar Plaza ONE

Warsaw, Mokotów, 15, Postępu Street

  • 1 614 m²
  • 12 €
  • Immediately

Adgar Wave

Warsaw, Mokotów, 56, Rzymowskiego Street

  • 5 078 m²
  • 13 €
  • Immediately

Aeropark Business Centre - Corius

Warsaw, Włochy, 45d, Komitetu Obrony Robotników Street

  • 302 m²
  • 12.50 €
  • Immediately

Aeropark Business Centre - Nothus

Warsaw, Włochy, 45a, Komitetu Obrony Robotników Street

  • 566 m²
  • 12.50 €
  • Immediately

Aeropark Business Centre - Solano

Warsaw, Włochy, 45, Komitetu Obrony Robotników Street

  • 8 246 m²
  • To be agreed
  • 30 months

Aeropark Business Centre - Zephirus

Warsaw, Włochy, 45b, Komitetu Obrony Robotników Street

  • 5 789 m²
  • 12.50 €
  • Immediately

Agora HQ

Warsaw, Mokotów, 8/10, Czerska Street

Building completely leased.

Airtech Business Park I faza

Warsaw, Wola, 5/7, Kolejowa Street

Building completely leased.

Airtech Business Park II faza

Warsaw, Wola, 5/7, Kolejowa Street

  • 450 m²
  • 49 zł
  • Immediately

Airtech Business Park III faza

Warsaw, Wola, 2, Sławińska Street

Building completely leased.

Akacjowy Park

Warsaw, Żoliborz, 3, Broniewskiego Street

  • 62 m²
  • 15 €
  • Immediately

Alma

Warsaw, Mokotów, 13, Marynarska Street

Building completely leased.

Alto Wilanów

Warsaw, Wilanów, 14, Rzeczypospolitej Street

Building completely leased.

Ambassador Office Building

Warsaw, Mokotów, 34a, Domaniewska Street

  • 3 911 m²
  • 14.75 €
  • Immediately

AmerEstate

Warsaw, Mokotów, 17d, Postępu Street

  • 601 m²
  • 30 - 35 zł
  • Immediately

AMEW Invest

Warsaw, Wola, 11, Jana Pawła II Avenue

  • 163 m²
  • 80 - 104 zł
  • Immediately

Antares

Warsaw, Mokotów, 11, Marynarska Street

  • 9 091 m²
  • 14.00 - 14.50 €
  • May 2021

Aquarius

Warsaw, Bemowo, 31a, Połczyńska Street

Building completely leased.

Warsaw is the political, economic and cultural centre of Poland. The city is the seat of the Polish government, the parliament and most public administration institutions, as well as regional representatives of international organizations such as the EU, Frontex, the UNO, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, among others.

It is the largest city in Poland and the ninth most populous capital city in the EU. The wider Warsaw metropolitan region is home to more than 2.5 million inhabitants and has a forecasted positive population growth until 2035.

The city is now establishing itself as a regional financial centre. In Z/Yen’s Global Financial Centres Index 18 Warsaw is the top rated city in ‘Eastern Europe and Central Asia’, placed 38th, ahead of Istanbul, Prague and Moscow, as well as the likes of Munich and Brussels in Western Europe. Closed from World War II until reopening in 1991, the Warsaw Stock Exchange has become the most important market in this part of Europe, with around 500 companies listed.

Warsaw’s economic indicators far surpass those of any other city in the country, making the Polish capital one of the most attractive investment locations in the whole of the CEE region. fDi European Cities and Regions of the Future 2016/17 ranks Warsaw as one of the top ten major European cities for both cost effectiveness (sixth) and business friendliness (fourth). The city’s economy is geared towards services, most notably banking and finance, insurance, consulting and media, as well as electronics and high-technology industries.

Warsaw is an exciting place to live and work. The city offers numerous social, cultural, and educational institutions of national importance, including the National Opera, the National Museum, the National Theatre, the Warsaw Uprising Museum, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Copernicus Science Centre, as well as sports and recreational facilities (e.g. the brand new National Stadium). It also has a long list of renowned international nursery, primary and secondary schools.

The high quality of life is also pronounced as far as transportation systems are concerned. Warsaw is the only Polish city with an underground (two lines) and also offers public transport including rail, fast city rail, trams, buses and, most recently added, Veturilo bikes. Importantly, Warsaw features excellent international accessibility, with the city being reachable from most major European cities within no more than three hours’ flying time. The two international airports located in or near Warsaw, i.e. the city’s Fryderyk Chopin’s airport and Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia airport (for low-cost airlines and charter flights), account for 45% of all passenger air traffic in Poland.

Warsaw features an impressive economic development, with a GDP forecast by Oxford Economics averaging 3.73% over 2016-2018 - a rate predicted exclusively for Warsaw and Kraków from the entire spectrum of well performing economies in Poland. The city is not only the dominant financial hub in the Central and Eastern Europe, but it also has the largest office market, which is undoubtedly changing the city’s skyline and urban development. Central Warsaw with its high-rise towers and Mokotów (most notably Służewiec Przemysłowy – referred to as the Upper South district), are where most of office space has been developed to date; each is home to approximately 1.3-1.4 million m2 of modern stock and is an office district in its own rights comparable size-wise to the entire supply in Glasgow, for example. The third well known office district is the Jerozolimskie Corridor (also known as the South West district), which currently houses 17% of all stock.

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