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2015 11 16

A Growing Finance and Real Estate Consulting Company Found Its Place Under the Roof of Quadrum

The Quadrum office complex currently under construction on the right bank of the Neris river in Vilnius continues to fill. The 650 m² area on the ninth floor of the northern building of the modern and environmentally friendly business centre will be occupied by Newsec, a finance and real estate consulting company.

 

“We have set our eyes on the Quadrum office complex for several reasons. First of all, we have been looking for bigger and modern rooms for our office as we expand our activities and grow our team, and at the same time our current office lease contract is about to expire. Furthermore, we want our employees to have a particularly high-quality space at a strategically located and attractive place,” Newsec Baltic Region CEO Ugnius Meidus revealed.

 

According to him, an internationally certified working space, the newest technological and architectural solutions that are not only energy-saving and economically efficient, but also socially attractive, perfectly match the company's values both in terms of its employees and clients.

 

“We consider it a great recognition that real estate experts have chosen the Quadrum offices. They have an especially good knowledge of the market situation, they have all necessary information on its dynamics, and such a decision only confirms that we are those who can offer exceptional-quality offices that meet the needs of growing companies,” said Kjetil T. Hanssen, head of real estate development company Schage Real Estate.

 

Earlier, DNB bank, avation company Avion Express owned by a French investment company and IT company Tervezo have also announced plans to move to the office complex rising at Konstitucijos avenue 21. The business centre's services area is quickly filling up as well: it has been already agreed that a kindergarten, cafes, restaurants and other service companies will move in.

 

The Quadrum centre, ranked as class A office, will stand out by its innovative technical solutions. It will become the first new business centre in the Baltic states having the international environmental impact assessment certificate BREAAM. This is a high building quality guarantee which is given after evaluating buildings' structural stability, effects on health, energy efficiency, water quality, material, waste and land usage efficiency.

 

The tenants of the Quadrum business centre, which has an overall area of 70,000 m², will be able to use not only the main advantages of a modern office complex, but also solutions that completely change the office work experience.

 

“Like it or not, we spend most of the day at work. Having that in mind, the business centre was designed to have relaxation areas, a green courtyard and some green roofs as well,” Kjetil T. Hanssen presented the unique solutions. “We will also integrate works of art created specifically for this office ensemble and well-regarded by experts. We seek to create an environment which would not only be convenient to work in, but also allows you to relax, feel inspired.”

 

The business centre will offer daily services too, as it will house a barber's shop, cleaning facility, shops, restaurants, bars and snack bars. Total value of Schage investment into the project is over 75 million euro.