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IQ Business Center

13-15 Bolsunovskaya Street, Kyiv

Site -www.iqbc.com.ua

Location–13-15 Bolsunovskaya Street, Kyiv
Design Office Pashenko Architectural Bureau
Class +
Gross Building Area (GBA) 46 560 sq. m
Gross Leasable Area (GLA)- 27 985 sq. m
Parking 229 spaces
Construction Q1 2010 Q4 2013

IQ Business Center is the newest benchmark of luxury office space for the top management and CEO's, gracing the Kyiv skyline with its ultra-modern design and unparalleled sophistication.

Located in one of Kiev's most desirable neighborhoods, Pechersk, it is one of the city's few A+ business class developments. The exterior of the building is a breathtaking architectural masterpiece. The 19-story tower offers a wide variety of well-appointed units, which includes office space able to satisfy any need and preference. The building showcases numerous luxurious amenities including exclusive office lofts, an oversized swimming pool and fitness center, services desk, upscale boutiques, a helicopter landing pad, a state-of-the-art conference hall, VIP elevators, round-the-clock security guards on premises, and more.

Superb panoramic views of the city and its lush green river banks can be seen from each of the units, and from the multiple terraces located throughout the building. Steps from the capital’s sophisticated shops and nightlife, and minutes from the financial and government district, IQ Business Center is the ideal location.

From exquisite restaurants and cafes to concierge service, from VIP parking and separate entrance, IQ Business Center tenants have everything they may desire and more at this brand new property, located short distance away from the citys highways, airports, main streets and many other important locations.


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