Bodosakis Mansion tender enters evaluation process
The second phase of the tender process "run" by Savills for the property on Amalia and Souri Streets enters the evaluation process.
The most important Greek players in joint ventures with foreign investors submitted binding offers for the lease of the Bodosaki Foundation's flagship property on Amalia and Souri Streets, in the Syntagma area.
The offers include both alternatives, i.e. maintaining the use of offices or converting the building into a hotel.
Regarding the grace period, although the new lease will start from the beginning of 2024, after negotiation, some grace period may be given to complete the adaptation work of the building to the needs of the new tenant.
The second phase of the selection process "running" on behalf of the Foundation by Savills GREECE is now entering the final stage of the evaluation of the binding offers. The goal is for the process to be completed by the end of the year, when the contract with Eurobank, which houses its headquarters there, expires.
The six-storey office building, one of the most important buildings in the capital, combines classical and modern elements and was built between the years 1949-1958, based on plans by the architect Andreas Ploumistos, a founding member of the Hellenic Architectural Society, to house the offices of Bodosakis' company (Prodromos Athanasiadis).
Today the Bodosaki Mansion is part of the property of the Bodosaki Foundation, which is housed in another building owned by the Foundation, at 14 Mourouzi Street, in the center of Athens. The Bodosaki Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1972 with the aim of continuing the contribution of the founder of Prodromos Bodosakis Athanasiadis to Greek society.