RDA found a new office for the KOLO network

The national chain of KOLO stores relocated its head office, renting premises in the capital's Illinsky business center.
This was reported by the press service of the company Retail & Development Advisor which acted as a consultant for the deal. According to Kyryl Kravchenko, head of the office real estate department of RDA, KOLO's management planned to move in a short period of time, so preference was given to a fully ready-to-move-in premises. As a result, out of 12 offices, the company settled on BC Illinsky, which showed the best indicators in the absolute majority of parameters. 

"After considering all offers, the company decided to rent premises with an area of ​​664 square meters. m in BC Illinsky. From the first visit to the facility to the moment of signing the contract, 20 days passed, which is very fast considering the large number of negotiation proposals," says Kravchenko.

The top manager of RDA adds that the lessor's reputation, the availability of underground parking, the developed infrastructure of the business center and special commercial conditions for the period of martial law also played an important role in choosing the office. Additional advantages were the proximity of the office to the subway and the presence of a bomb shelter. And although the new premises is almost half the size of the previous one, its efficient planning has made it possible to provide comfortable workplaces for all staff and even place a large lounge area for negotiations and coffee breaks. 

For questions about the development of office and logistics real estate, please contact Kyryl Kravchenko: 097 454-16-47, k.kravchenko@rda.ua

Source: https://rau.ua/novyni