The companies who chose to stay on in the Equal Business Park include Kimberly Clark, a manufacturer of personal care products, occupying 1,480 sqm, and a branch of Phinia, a provider of vehicle aftermarket solutions, which renewed its lease for 1,040 sqm of office space. In addition, the Murapol Group, a residential and PRS developer, renewed and expanded its office lease to nearly 800 sqm, and insurance company Allianz extended its 250 sqm office lease in the complex.

“The trust of our tenants is the best evidence of the high quality of the office space and attractive location of the Equal Business Park. We are delighted that such prestigious tenants decided to renew their leases and remain in the complex for more years. Our priority is to maintain a positive tenant experience, to create an optimal work environment and to facilitate a sense of community so that employees are happy to come to the office,” comments Rafał Nowicki, CEO of Apollo-Rida Poland.

The Equal Business Park is a complex of modern and functional buildings with a combined area of 49,500 sqm of class-A office and service space. It has been awarded a BREEAM certificate with an Excellent rating for its eco-friendly solutions, including renewable energy supply, comprehensive cycling facilities, electric vehicle charging stations, and energy-efficient lifts and lighting.

The owner and manager of the Equal Business Park in Krakow is Apollo-Rida Poland, a developer and investor in office, industrial, retail and residential real estate in Warsaw, Krakow and Gdansk.