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Poland remains the most active market in the CEE region in 2012

According to Jones Lang LaSalle’s analysis, total investment volumes on the Polish commercial real estate market in 2012 amounted to approximately €2.75 billion. This was on a par with the results from 2011 (approximately €2.75 billion as well), which was a very good year for the investment market, and is a considerable improvement on 2010 volumes (€1.98 billion). 76% of total transaction volumes in the CEE region fell to Poland. Investors (especially from Germany, USA and Great Britain) focused their attention particularly on prestigious office and retail projects. Warsaw remained especially popular as the city accounted for 55% of total transacted volumes. The largest investment transaction in 2012 was the sale of the Złote Taras[…]