The Bolero Office Park complex changes for tenants’ comfort
A revitalised lime tree alley, a new arrangement of greenery and a bicycle repair station among the improvements introduced in the recent months by Real Management S.A. for tenants of the Bolero Office Park complex.
September and October saw a total of 2,500 trees, brushes and perennials planted around the Bolero Office Point 1 and 2 office blocks. The existing lime tree valley along Równoległa street was revitalized as well, up to the newly constructed pavement leading to BOP1 and BOP2 buildings. The works involved tidying up of the existing greenery, installation of new lighting and planting vines on the surface to eventually form a green living carpet. And with the bicycle declared as the tenants’ preferred means of commute, the parking lot of the complex has been equipped with new bike stands and a repair station.
– The new arrangement of greenery and new infrastructure for cyclists are further changes we introduced to Bolero Office Park this year. Previously, over the holiday season, we had refurbished the Bolero Office Point 1 reception hall, redeveloped the building’s driveway and the roundabout, to make driving up to the building more convenient. Additionally, when putting the Bolero Office Point 2 into use back in June 2020, we introduced new visual identification for the entire complex and changed the building signage – says Arkadiusz Płociński, Vice-President of Management Board of Real Management S.A.
A uniquely well-connected office complex, the Bolero Office Park consists of two buildings located at Równoległa 4 street in Warsaw. The nearby WKD train station enables quick and comfortable access to the city centre, while the vicinity of an international airport and outbound roads will surely be appreciated by companies that often send their employees on business trips. The complex is owned by Bolero Investments Sp. z o.o. and Bolero Investments 2 Sp. z o.o., both the property of Real Management S.A. holding.