Delovoy Peterburg: All offices are rented

Owners of the New St.Isaac’s Office Centre in cooperation with brokers have successfully rented out 100% of office space. This is great performance for the business centers of A class, as regularly 15-20% of such centers remain unoccupied.

Company Maris supported the leasing of the last unoccupied space to the Swedish head-hunting company-tenant HumanSearch, and prior has rented out a 306 meter “open space” office to TristarInvestment. The Office Centre is 100% occupied in spite of the market renting rate. Representatives of foreign companies compose 90% of the total number of tenants. According to the brokers, the business-centre attracts tenants with original historic interiors, location in the city centre, and furthermore, excellent technical characteristics.

General information about the business center:

The New St.Isaac’s Office Centre represents a complex of XVIII century buildings transformed into a business centre, preserving its rich history inseparably connected to the development of the Russian state with the help of foreign merchants. The following goal was set in the process of reconstruction: not only preserve the heritage, but combine it with the technical equipment of the building, providing the tenants with the spaces of high European standard.

The whole process of separation of communal apartments and step-by-step reconstruction of four blocks took 7 years from the year of 2003 till December of 2009. In September 2010 New St.Isaac’s Office Centre became one of the three finalists of the contest “Best executed development project on the Russian market of real estate” in the category Heritage (Restoration).

The owner of the Office Centre is the company “Cavalry House”. The major tenants are Promexpo (400 sq.m), DeutscheBank (100 sq.m), American Chamber of Commerce (150 sq.m)