Cromwell signs technology business at the iconic FIVE55 building in Rotterdam
Real estate investor and fund manager Cromwell Property Group (Cromwell) has completed a lease on 1,307 sq m of office space with the air transport and communications and information technology business, SITA B.V, at the FIVE55 office building in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Real estate investor and fund manager Cromwell Property Group (Cromwell) has completed a lease on 1,307 sq m of office space with the air transport and communications and information technology business, SITA B.V, at the FIVE55 office building in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. With the move of SITA B.V., we welcome a new company in the city centre of Rotterdam.
FIVE55 is a striking 27-storey office building located in the centre of Rotterdam with commanding views across the city and major landmarks including the Rotterdam building and Markthal.
Cromwell transformed the building in a major refurbishment in 2021, creating a spectacular and vibrant main entrance area with high-quality office space and shared services and amenities throughout.
As well as benefitting from the building’s strong sustainable credentials including a BREEAM Good rating, EPC label A and Well Gold certification, occupiers can take advantage of the central location and access to leisure and retail outlets, including well-known brands such as de Bijenkorf, Apple store, H&M, Zara and Mango.
In addition to SITA B.V., existing occupiers include Mediterranean Shipping Company, Unifeeder, Breadbox Shipping Lines, and Karo Pharma.
Tom Coenen, Senior Asset Manager at Cromwell Property Group commented: “It’s great to be able to welcome SITA B.V. to the spectacular Five55 building. This latest letting highlights the growing demand for modern and sustainable office space as we recover from the pandemic. Following our refurbishment of the building, Five55 now incorporates exactly the type of modern space that employees are looking for.”
Cromwell was advised by CBRE together with the Mik Bedrijfshuisvesting. SITA B.V was advised by Cushman and Wakefield.