Tinkoff concluded the largest deal in the office market

Tinkoff Group found an office for a new headquarters. Vedomosti writes about this with reference to the chairman of the Tinkoff board, Oliver Hughes, AFI Development CEO Mark Groisman and Alexei Bogdanov, managing partner of S. A. Ricci, who acted as a consultant to the transaction.

The head structure of the group – TCS Group Holding – has agreed with the development company AFI Development to lease almost 78 thousand square meters. m in the newly built business center AFI Square on Georgian Val. The completion date of the business center is the first half of 2022.

The contract is signed for 12 years. Tinkoff plans to transfer all divisions to headquarters, including Tinkoff Bank, Tinkoff Insurance, Tinkoff Mobile and Tinkoff Development Center. Now their offices are in different areas of Moscow

Now about 3,000 people work in the Moscow headquarters of the company. 6-7 thousand people can work in the new office. The group leases an office for expansion: it plans to double the number of customers to 20 million people by the time they move to AFI Square in 2023.

Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Colliers International partner Stanislav Bibik says that the rental rate at AFI Square could be about 35 thousand rubles per square meter. m per year excluding VAT and operating costs. The assessment of the director of work with lessors of the office real estate department of Knight Frank Elena Akatova is 32 thousand rubles per sq. M. m per year.

Accordingly, Tinkoff may annually pay 2.4-2.7 billion rubles for the new headquarters, and the total office expenses for 12 years of rental will amount to 30-32 billion rubles.

Tinkoff Group’s lease of AFI Square is the largest office deal in its history. Prior to this, the record belonged to Sberbank, which in 2008 removed 56 thousand square meters from Midland Development. m in the business park “South Port”.

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source: rambler