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Cushman & Wakefield achieves full letting of the Galileo office building in Düsseldorf

Verena Bauer • 21/01/2022

The Düsseldorf office letting team of international real estate consultancy firm Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) has let the final 560 square metres of office space in an excellent location in the CBD of the North Rhine-Westphalian state capital.

The space is located in the Galileo office building at Kasernenstrasse 40. The new user is a tax consultancy firm. This lease means the property is now fully let.




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Verena Bauer

Head of Marketing & Communications Germany, Cluster Lead • 60313 Frankfurt am Main


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