SEB bank has leased premises in a new business centre currently under construction. The bank has rented almost the whole area of the business centre and signed the highest-value lease agreement in Lithuania so far this year. The project is expected to be finished by 2020.
A class ‘A’ business centre with total area is 12,700 m2 is under development in central Vilnius on the right bank of the River Neris. The plan is that around 1,100 SEB employees will be working in the business centre, which will be SEB’s biggest premises in Vilnius. The business centre will be built by investment management services provider Lords LB Asset Management. According to the builder, the business centre will seek to obtain the highest BREEAM certificate evaluation – “Outstanding”.
Sorainen represented SEB bank throughout the lease contract negotiations.
The Sorainen team consisted of partner Kæstutis Adamonis and associate Karolis Kunigëlis.