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Opr./edited TC 07 November 2019
Gamers play the ownership game
CD Projekt has revealed that it intends to keep adapting the buildings in line with its vision

POLAND Computer games developer CD Projekt has bought a complex of buildings at ul. Jagiellońska 74 in Warsaw’s Praga Południe district.

The company had, until now, leased the properties at this address for twenty years.

“Such games as The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077 were developed here, where we have created new fantastic worlds for years and have invested in the infrastructure needed to produce games. We are rooted here and, with the development of the company in mind, we have decided to stay here for longer but on our terms – in headquarters we will own and which we will continue to adapt to suit our needs and vision,” explains Adam Kiciński, the CEO of CD Projekt.

Together with the (previously acquired) neighbouring property at ul. Jagiellońska 76, the company currently has more than 2.4 ha of land and more than 18,000 sqm of usable space, mostly offices.

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