Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Bank BGŻ BNP Paribas S.A. on the loan facilities made available to ISOC Group for the purpose of financing the acquisition of the Argon office building in Gdańsk, Poland, located in the Alchemia office complex
The office building was sold by Torus, a leading Polish commercial real estate developer.
The purchaser, ISOC Group, is a real estate and infrastructure investment company with its headquarters in the Philippines.
Argon office building offers around 38,000 sq.m. of leasable area, occupied by such tenants as Lufthansa Systems Poland, Marine Harvest, Luxoft and Wirtualna Polska Group. The building is LEED certified with the highest possible rating of “Platinum”.
The Norton Rose Fulbright team in Warsaw was supervised by a banking partner Grzegorz Dyczkowski (Picture). The transaction was led by of counsel Tomasz Rogalski and associate Daniel Popek, with assistance from the following associates: Igor Kondratowicz, Maksymilian Jarzabek, Jan Ptaszynski, Rafal Strzepek and Adrian Wieslaw (all from the Warsaw banking team). The Polish team was also assisted by the following real estate associates: Jan Wszolek, Magdalena Olechniewicz and Bartosz Boenigk, and supervised by real estate partner Magdalena Zienkiewicz. Tax advice was provided by associate Maciej Dubiel.
Involved fees earner: Maciej Dubiel – Norton Rose Fulbright; Grzegorz Dyczkowski – Norton Rose Fulbright; Igor Kondratowicz – Norton Rose Fulbright; Maksymilian Jarząbek – Norton Rose Fulbright; Magdalena Olechniewicz – Norton Rose Fulbright; Daniel Popek – Norton Rose Fulbright; Tomasz Rogalski – Norton Rose Fulbright; Jan Wszołek – Norton Rose Fulbright; Magdalena Zienkiewicz – Norton Rose Fulbright;
Law Firms: Norton Rose Fulbright;
Clients: Bank BGŻ BNP Paribas S.A.;