Atrium 2 – intimately located office building attracts tenants

Press release 2/26/2016 12:30 PM CET

Bravura Solutions, leading provider of software solutions for companies from the finances and insurance sector, signed a lease agreement on over 1,200 sqm of space within Atrium 2 office building developed in Warsaw by Skanska Property Poland. Within the project, the company will launch its modern office adjusted to the needs of its team providing advanced services for IT processes.

Atrium 2, Warszawa

Bravura Solutions is a leading provider of software solutions for the wealth management, life insurance and fund administration industries. Software provided by Bravura Solutions supports modernization, consolidation and simplification of business models of our clients. It also allows increasing operational and cost efficiency of financial institutions, enhancing their ability to rapidly grow, minimizing their risk and enabling them to provide better service to their customers. Bravura Solutions’ clients are serviced by a team of 950 people located in 15 offices in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, UK, Poland and South Africa.

Bravura established its Polish operations in 2008, following the acquisition of the GTAS fund administration software business from Citi. Since then, the number of Warsaw office employees has tripled to more than 100 people servicing not only GTAS but also other key Bravura products. Bravura plans to continue hiring over the next 12 months.

“We have grown our Warsaw operations in response to increasing industry demand for Bravura products. The Polish team has proven its value over the past seven years and our Warsaw branch is now a software development hub for EMEA client base. We are viewing Warsaw as a key business center attracting the best IT professionals. It is critical for us to not only ensure an office of appropriate capacity in the very center of Warsaw but also to create for our employees a modern, friendly and comfortable work place. Moving our Warsaw branch to Atrium 2 allows us to achieve these objectives and will provide a top class office space, enabling the planned development of the organization over the coming years” said Martin Lawson, Head of Bravura Operations in Poland.

“Atrium 2 shows how our perception on office buildings evolved. Today, comfort of employees counts the most. We put utmost care on this need while designing the building and Atrium 2 meets them perfectly. Its intimate location at Pereca Street ensures comfortable and calm atmosphere along and maintains all the advantages of its location within the city centre including, most of all, excellent communication as the second metro line station is nearby as well as numerous bus and tram stops. Furthermore, Dworzec Centralny railways station is in close proximity as well. The fulfillment of employees’ needs will be a restaurant located in the building’s ground floor. A modern gym allowing employees to track their workout progress and a green space surrounding the investment will make the building a place excellent for informal meetings and recreational activities”, says Krzysztof Wilczek, Regional Director in Skanska Property Poland.

Atrium 2, an office project developed in the vicinity of ONZ Roundabout, comprises 15 floors above ground and four under and provides 125 parking places for tenants. Overall leasable space within the building will amount to over 20 000 sqm. Currently, the finishing works within the project’s interiors are carried out and, after completion, Atrium 2 will be one of the modern and greenest schemes on the Polish office real estate market. It will provide a healthy and comfortable working environment and it will be recognized with LEED Platinum certification.

Bravura Solutions is already the second tenant deciding to relocate into Atrium 2. The first tenant is DLA Piper legal firm which signed its lease agreement in September 2015.

The general contractor for Atrium 2 is Skanska S.A. while PRC Architekci studio is the author of its architectural design. Skanska Property Poland is responsible for the building’s commercialization.

Last updated: 8/22/2017