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SUCCESSFUL OFFICE LETTING TO SCHOENHERR

Modesta Real Estate is pleased to announce that they have successfully let 400 sqm of office space in Apollo Business Center II to the international law firm Schoenherr. The Bratislava-based staff of Schoenherr, one of the leading full service law firms in Central and Eastern Europe, will be relocating to their new office on Prievozska street in November 2014.

(Source: Courtesy of Modesta Real Estate)

Modesta Real Estate is pleased to announce that they have successfully let 400 sqm of office space in Apollo Business Center II to the international law firm Schoenherr. The Bratislava-based staff of Schoenherr, one of the leading full service law firms in Central and Eastern Europe, will be relocating to their new office on Prievozska street in November 2014.

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“The region around Mlynske nivy benefits due to good parking possibilities, the large number of local amenities and its close proximity to Bratislava city center. We really appreciated the professional work of HB Reavis and trust that Schoenherr will be satisfied with their new office,” said Peter Miščík, Partner at Modesta Real Estate.

“We were pleasantly surprised with just how much the Apollo Business Center has to offer. As a law firm, we are very pleased to have a new office at such a prominent location. We were also very satisfied with HB Reavis in meeting all our requirements and with the delivery provided by our agent Modesta Real Estate,“ said Stanislav Kovár, Managing Partner at Schoenherr Bratislava.

August has been an important month for Modesta Real Estate. Our parent company, DMH Partner, has merged with Modesta and established its new headquarter in Austria. For more information, please see the article “DR. MAX HUBER & PARTNER GMBH“ IS BECOMING MODESTA REAL ESTATE.

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