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POLYGRAPHIA OFFICE CENTER

Polygraphia Office Center is a centrally located historic building whose name stems from the printing house and newspaper headquarters it used to host in the past.
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Stanimira Pashova

Polygraphia Office Center is a centrally located historic building whose name stems from the printing house and newspaper headquarters it used to host in the past. It was redeveloped, finished to high standard and opened in 2010 by a joint venture of AG Capital and Northridge Capital. In less than a couple of years since opening it managed to reach full occupancy by attracting a number of reputable tenants such as EY Bulgaria, Raiffeisenbank, Groupama, GfK and Ubisoft in the office area as well as Picadilly and DSK Bank in the retail part. It is also currently the headquarters of AG Capital and its affiliate companies, including Forton, Address, Advance Valuations and BLD Asset Management.


Polygraphia Office Center combines a prestigious address – just minutes’ walk away from Orlov Most - historic façade, modern building specifications and accessibility due to the location on Tsarigradsko Shose which is well served by nearby subway and a number of trolley and bus lines. Its six floors that comprise 18,900 m2 of class A offices and 1,700 m2 of ground-floor retail space offer spacious floor-plates. The T-shaped plan of the building allows flexible space allocation and ensures maximum natural lighting for all premises. With under- and over-ground place for 248 cars Polygpraphia Office CEnter offers the best parking provision one expect in this area of Sofia.


The owners have also reserved land for future development allowing the project to accommodate future demand for this location. 

 

DISTINCTIVE FEATURES:

  • Prominent address
  • Central and easily accessible location
  • Flexible floor plan

 

 

FORTON’S INVOLVEMENT:

  • Lease

Location:

Polygraphia Office Center
47A Tsarigradsko Shose Blvd.
1124 Sofia, Bulgaria