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Poland continues to attract high investor interest

Poland remains the powerhouse in Central and Eastern Europe attracting close to half the capital invested in the region over 2016 as activity grew 5% over the year to €5.2bn. According to Cushman & Wakefield with the uncertainty around upcoming elections in major European countries and the ongoing Brexit challenges, Poland an...
Montag, 20. Februar 2017
The largest New Balance shop opens in Outlet Park Szczecin

The largest New Balance shop opens in Outlet Park Szczecin

Outlet Park Szczecin is a unique combination of an outlet offer and a regular offer as well as entertainment. Its annual footfall records and a continuous increase of tenants’ turnover encourage subsequent brands to open their shops in the centre. The New Balance chain is to open its largest outlet in Poland (280 sqm) in Febr...
Freitag, 17. Februar 2017

Gross take-up in industrial market amounts to 3 million sq m

JLL summarizes 2016 on the industrial market in Poland. Tomasz Olszewski, Head of Industrial CEE, JLL, says: “In 2016, demand on the industrial market in Poland hit an all-time high. Gross take-up was 3 million sq m out of which net demand amounted to 2.2 million sq m. GDP growth and the gradually increasing importance of Pol...
Donnerstag, 16. Februar 2017
Philips Poland will move into Symetris Business Park II in Lodz

Philips Poland will move into Symetris Business Park II in Lodz

Philips Poland will occupy 4,000 sq m which constitutes almost half of the Symetris Business Park II building in Lodz. The firm will expand its business in a new office located in the complex owned by Echo Investment. The Knight Frank Tenant Representation team represented Philips Poland in the process of choosing the locatio...
Donnerstag, 16. Februar 2017

Poland’s property market continues to establish itself as an investment destination

Poland is continuing to establish itself as an investment destination for property investors. This has been true of the office segment for some time now; the residential segment is still in the early phase of development but shows great potential. There is a shortage in the Polish property market that currently runs to around...
Mittwoch, 15. Februar 2017

Robust occupier and developer activity on the Polish industrial and logistics market

Poland’s total industrial and logistics stock surpassed the 11 million sq m mark at year-end 2016. Leasing activity remained strong for another consecutive year, leading to record high take-up, with more than 3 million sq m being transacted. The largest leasing volumes were recorded in Warsaw’s suburbs and Upper Silesia, and ...
Mittwoch, 15. Februar 2017

YA Academy of Success opens in Galeria Libero

A dance school, a language school, a music school, art and cultural activities, a sports offer including football and martial arts – all this will be available in the ‘YA Academy of Success’, which is to opened in Galeria Libero in Katowice. The education centre will occupy an area of 640 sqm and it will open on the top floor...
Dienstag, 14. Februar 2017

Panattoni expands it's team with Adam Janus as Business Development Director

Panattoni Europe has expanded its team. The developer’s ranks have been joined by Adam Janus, who has taken the position of Business Development Director. He will be responsible for attracting new warehouse projects and aligning the developer’s services with the needs of clients and prospects. Adam Janus has been involved in ...
Montag, 13. Februar 2017
Van Graaf choses Forum Gdańsk for its first location in Gdańsk

Van Graaf choses Forum Gdańsk for its first location in Gdańsk

The multifunctional Forum Gdańsk complex, designed to revitalize the historic areas of the former Hay and Crayfish markets, has another anchor tenant. It is Van Graaf, a multibrand fashion house. The fashion company includes stores in Poland, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. The store at Forum Gdańsk will...
Montag, 13. Februar 2017

CBRE GI sells office portfolio in Warsaw

CBRE Global Investors, on behalf of the Property Fund Central Eastern Europe (PFCEE), has sold two offices in Warsaw. Trinity Office Park II, is a 26,127 sq m office located in the Mokotow district of Warsaw. It comprises nine floors and was built in 2007. Prosta Office Centre, is a 21,313 sq m office situated in the centre o...
Montag, 13. Februar 2017
LPP leases bigger office in Waterside in Gdansk

LPP leases bigger office in Waterside in Gdansk

LPP S.A., a clothing company, decided to expand its current office by taking up an additional space of 800 sq m in the Waterside building in Gdanks at the end of last year. Knight Frank, sole agent and property manager, acted on behalf of the property owner – the DEKA Immobilien fund. The company moved in to the Waterside bui...
Montag, 13. Februar 2017

Total retail stock stood at nearly 14 million sq m at year-end 2016

Cushman & Wakefield presents its latest report titled "Poland’s retail market – summary of 2016”. Poland’s total retail stock stood at nearly 14 million sq m at year-end 2016. Shopping centres continue to dominate the market, accounting for 73% of the country’s stock, followed by retail warehouses (18%), retail parks (8%) and...
Donnerstag, 9. Februar 2017
Ericsson leases 8,000 sqm in DOT Office in Kraków

Ericsson leases 8,000 sqm in DOT Office in Kraków

Ericsson has signed a lease agreement for 8,000 sq m of space in DOT office, developed by Buma Group in Kraków. Ericsson will move to its new premises in June 2017 and will occupy the entire building E. Organization consists of more than 111,000 experts who have provided customers in 180 countries with innovative solutions an...
Donnerstag, 9. Februar 2017

Polish investment market remains in good condition

According to the latest At a Glance – Polish Investment Market report drawn up by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland the last quarter of 2016 – similarly to the corresponding period in 2015 – closed on the Polish market with a transaction volume of a total value of nearly €2 billion. The authors of the report stress that despite ...
Mittwoch, 8. Februar 2017
Ericsson leases 8,400 sqm in University Business Park

Ericsson leases 8,400 sqm in University Business Park

Ericsson has signed a lease agreement for 8,400 sq m of space in University Business Park in Łódź, developed by Globe Trade Centre S.A. (GTC). Ericsson will move to its new office in July 2017. This was the largest lease transaction in Łódź in 2016. In the process of determining a long-term strategy, including searching for a...
Dienstag, 7. Februar 2017
Appetite for investment land rises in 2016

Appetite for investment land rises in 2016

JLL summarizes 2016 and highlights 2017 trends for the residential, office, retail, hotel and agricultural investment land sectors in Poland. In 2016, the land that was most difficult to acquire for commercial projects was land located in attractive and well-connected districts of Warsaw, Kraków and Gdańsk. There was rather m...
Dienstag, 7. Februar 2017

Strong demand for offices in Warsaw

In 2016, office supply in Warsaw rose by 65% on the annual average for the period 2011–2015. The largest number of new office buildings were delivered in the City Core and the Fringe. Take-up came predominantly from the business services sector. Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield presents an overview of the ...
Montag, 6. Februar 2017

Demand for office space sets a new high in regional cities

In 2016, total office stock in Poland’s eight key regional cities (Krakow, Wrocław, Tricity, Katowice, Poznań, Łódź, Szczecin and Lublin) rose to nearly 4 million sq m. Krakow, Wrocław and Tricity remain the largest regional office hubs. Office take-up hit nearly 590,000 sq m, which represented a 50% rise on the average for t...
Freitag, 3. Februar 2017