Bright Rich | CORFAC International exclusively rents out new office spaces in Bronka Space business center on 78 Sinopskaya Embarkment.
Bronka Space is a 7-story B+ business center. The owner completely reconstructed the 5th floor and built two more extra floors. The tenants can rent an open space on these 3 new floors. The offices are in shell and core, but individual finishing for every tenant is also possible.
Bright Rich | CORFAC International brokers consider IT and FinTech companies as the potential tenants of Bronka, wherein space can be leased by one major tenant or it can be divided between several ones. Usually, the companies of these areas have a high level of requirements for the technical infrastructure and the configuration of the premises and Bronka Space meets them all. The building has modern ventilation and air conditioning systems. Also, clients can use ample parking.
Bronka Space is located in a business district with developed infrastructure presented by Unified Document Center, Tax Service, Sberbank, and many other business services. It is in a walking distance from Smolny Institute and Nevskaya Ratusha business cluster where VTB-Bank, Gazprom Oil and 13 from 37 city government committees rent their offices.
Bronka Space offers a panoramic view of the city, including Neva river and spacious terraces on the 6th and 7th floors. Victor Zaglumin, the partner of Bright Rich | CORFAC International, points the lack of high-quality business centers with terraces in Saint Petersburg. In the current situation, when there is an acute shortage of quality offices, such proposals are in particular deficit/ despite being in demand among tenants who require a representative office,” he says.
Among Bronka’s major residents are such famous organizations as Federal Tax Service, Unified Document Service, and LenEnergo, one of the largest electric grid company.
Bright Rich | CORFAC International expects Bronka Space to get occupied fairly fast due to low market vacancy of high-quality offices. It needs to be noted that in the first half of 2019, only 3 new objects were put into operation, 2 of which are not for the rent.