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Citadele Bank is moving to Green Hall business valley in Vilnius which is developed by the SBA company Urban Inventors. The bank will establish its Lithuanian headquarters and customer service department in the highest building of the valley. Citadele Bank is expected to open its doors in the Green Hall 1 business centre in July.
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Green hall
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"We searched for a new location to provide our employees with an inspiring environment that encourages cooperation as well as appropriate space for establishing a Citadele Bank division with a new concept providing our clients with even more opportunities to receive the necessary advice and learn about our latest products," says Vaidotas Gurskas, Head of Lithuanian Branch and Administration at Citadele Bank.

Citadele Bank is moving out of its headquarters in K. Kalinausko str. in Vilnius and will lease an area of 2200 sq. m. in Green Hall 1 occupying four floors of the building. The new office and bank division will have approximately 200 employees.

Bank division established on the ground floor of Green Hall 1 will be twice as large as the current one, occupying an area of 200 sq. m. This division will enable the bank's clients to learn about its latest digital products and receive consultations on various financial matters.

"Citadele Bank will be one of the largest tenants in the Green Hall business valley, and will organically blend into the central district of financial services and institutions formed on the right bank of the Neris river in Vilnius," says Tomas Astrauskas, CEO at Urban Inventors.

According to him, a long-term lease agreement has been signed with Citadele Bank. Through intense work on both sides, the transaction was finalised in a very short period of time – in less than two months. During the process, the parties received consultations from Ellex Valiunas law firm, and mediation services from Newsec real estate consulting company.

"This project is particularly important for Citadele Bank, since the bank's relocation from its long-term headquarters in Kalinausko str. will not only essentially improve the office environment for its employees and declare the bank's ambition, but will also mark the bank's transition from its own building to a lease relationship. This choice was determined by Green Hall valley's unique architecture, visibility of the building, efficient layout and utilisation of office space, and the possibility to install a convenient customer service department on the ground floor," says Martynas Babilas, Newsec partner and Head of Tenant Representation Group in the Baltic region.

For a long time, Green Hall 1 business centre was used by Barclays bank as its global operations division.

"Barclays moved its business out of Lithuania three months ago, and soon after the business centre was occupied by new tenants. Currently, the Green Hall 1 business centre building has only around 1 200 sq. meters of free space, which is 13 percent of the entire area of the building. Intense negotiations are currently underway regarding this free area, and we have no doubt that it will be leased out in the near future," says Giedrius Muliuolis, Head of Commercial Unit at Urban Inventors.
The entire Green Hall business valley consists of a complex of three buildings. International capital markets company Moody‘s will establish its headquarters in the nearly complete Green Hall 3, where it will lease most of the area of the building. The remaining part is under negotiation. The entire Green Hall 2 business centre is currently leased out. Total investments of SBA Group in Green Hall valley exceed 40 million euros.

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