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Polish concern new tenant at World Trade.

The World Trade Center recently welcomed the first Polish tenant to the complex.

B.K.K.I. leased 700-square-foot in One World Trade Center for three years at an aggregate value of $100,000. The World Trade Center location will serve as the firm's New York office.

B.K.K.I. is a diversified company which will serve as a conduit for American companies seeking to establish trade ties with Poland. The company is involved in finance, construction, forestry, agriculture, tourism, broadcasting, publishing, electronics, marketing and advertising. B.K.K.I. presently has other branch offices in London and Berlin and plans to expand its operations into Moscow, Prague, Minsk, Tel Aviv, Vienna and the Far East to service East-West trade.

The transaction was handled by George F. Donohue, assistant manager, office leasing.
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Title Annotation:B.K.K.I., World Trade Center
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Feb 26, 1992
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