Our pan-Baltic team assisted the Finnish group Technopolis UMA Holding in selling its Estonian and Lithuanian UMA Workspace business to Workland.
Technopolis UMA Holding sold two UMA Workspace coworking spaces to the Estonian coworking network Workland – a space of 2,100 m² in the G9 shopping centre in Vilnius and a space of 1,800 m² on Maakri Street in Tallinn. The acquired coworking spaces will be renamed and will operate under the Workland brand.
Our services and project team
We represented the client in the negotiations and advised on all issues related to the transaction. Our team consisted of:
- in Lithuania: partner Kęstutis Adamonis and senior associate Lina Barniškienė;
- in Estonia: partner Paul Künnap, and assistant lawyers Joosep Kuusk and Anu Liinsoo.