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News Polish retail makes a good start into 2024
17
Apr
2024

Polish retail makes a good start into 2024

by Property Forum
Cushman & Wakefield has summarised the situation on the Polish retail market. The opening of 2024 is encouraging and new retail space supply in the coming months is likely to match or even surpass last year’s total. The Polish market continues to attract interest from new brands, borne out by several debuts. More arrivals are expected to follow amid improving retail sales, rising shopping centre footfall and turnover levels as inflation is weakening.
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News Polish warehouse and industrial market show good prospects
19
Mar
2024

Polish warehouse and industrial market show good prospects

by Property Forum
According to the latest report by Newmark Polska, 2023 was one of the best years in the market’s history. It saw the second-highest new supply (3.7 million sqm) and the third-highest take-up (5.6 million sqm) and development pipeline (2.8 million sqm). Considerable warehouse availability levels brought a long-awaited stabilization of rental rates.
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News Poland's office market adapts to new reality
13
Mar
2024

Poland's office market adapts to new reality

by Property Forum
Demand for offices in Poland remains high, but there is the least amount of space under construction in over a dozen years. The office real estate market is changing more and more, says Walter Herz. 
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News Polish investment market under pressure from geopolitical backdrop
28
Feb
2024

Polish investment market under pressure from geopolitical backdrop

by Property Forum
According to experts from BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, Poland’s economic outlook remains stable but the global geopolitical situation and high interest rates across Europe continue to hamper a quick rebound in commercial property trading and large-scale transactions. Last year’s results confirmed a fall in liquidity for the CRE sector in Poland.
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News Warsaw hotel market improves performance in 2023
26
Feb
2024

Warsaw hotel market improves performance in 2023

by Property Forum
Experts of Cushman & Wakefield expect transactional activity on the Polish hotel market to pick up in 2024 as key performance indicators continue to improve and the pressure on investors to allocate capital builds up. Although 2023’s total investment volume on the Polish market was below that of 2019, it reached nearly €83 million - an 82% increase year-on-year. Warsaw, Vilnius and Edinburg are the only main European hotel markets that reported year-on-year growth in occupancy levels last year. At the same time, Warsaw came third for ADR growth (EUR) in 2023, with an increase of 20.1% year-on-year. 
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News Polish investment market hopes for smooth waters
14
Feb
2024

Polish investment market hopes for smooth waters

by Property Forum
Following the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, the Polish investment market has consistently navigated its repercussions, only to face additional challenges from the economic turbulence resulting from the war in Ukraine, rising interest rates or inflation. Despite maintaining stable investment volumes for three tough years, 2023 witnessed an inevitable slowdown, says Avison Young.
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News Polish retail market enjoys improving turnover
11
Jan
2024

Polish retail market enjoys improving turnover

by Property Forum
Cushman & Wakefield has summarized the situation in the Polish retail market in 2023, which saw heightened development activity, with about 450,000 sqm of new retail space delivered. The Polish retail sector continued to recover, as confirmed by the number of debuts – 29 new brands entered Poland in the last 12 months, marking the highest figure since 2017. Meanwhile, the slower price growth bolstered consumer sentiment, leading to higher retail turnover levels.
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News ESG to gain importance in flexible offices
11
Jan
2024

ESG to gain importance in flexible offices

by Property Forum
Despite significant headwinds across the global economy, the European flexible office market has remained largely resilient throughout 2023, says Workthere.pl. In 2024, the flexible office specialist expects operators to continue to seek best-in-class spaces with a greater focus on amenities and sustainability offerings.
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News Investment activity to regain equilibrium in Poland
10
Jan
2024

Investment activity to regain equilibrium in Poland

by Property Forum
Uncertainty and volatility have been the two dominant trends shaping the commercial real estate market and buyer sentiment in recent months. However, according to the latest report from Cushman & Wakefield, the Polish market, whose fundamentals remain strong, is broadly expected to regain equilibrium. Change is being seen in the number and types of real estate transactions taking place – due to the constrained availability of safe prime assets for sale on the office market and high financing costs, investors seeking higher returns are turning their focus to higher-risk transactions. With retail footfall figures for large schemes back at satisfactory levels after the pandemic and attractive asset pricing, the retail market has become an interesting sector for bargain hunting. The warehouse and logistics sector continues to feature prominently on investors’ radars.
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News Poland's industrial market enters new phase of maturity
22
Dec
2023

Poland's industrial market enters new phase of maturity

by Property Forum
Poland’s industrial sector slowed in 2023, but the market hopes to rebound in 2024. After the peak of take-up and supply in the so-called COVID period falling in 2020-2022, the logistics and manufacturing market has returned in many values to those observed in 2018-2019, says Axi Immo. 
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New leases

  • Among the new tenants of the retail part of the Sky Tower complex in Wrocław is Empik. The store has a floor area of approximately 270 sqm.
  • Breakfast restaurant Bułkę przez Bibułkę, will open its first outlet outside of Warsaw. The new premises will be set up in Łódź's Fusion. The tenant will occupy 180 sqm in one of the historic buildings located in Ogrody Anny. The opening is scheduled for the summer holidays.
  • The shopping centres managed by EPP, Wzorcownia in Włocławek, Galeria Solna in Inowrocław and Galeria Olimpia in Bełchatów, are extending their offer with the assortment of Pitbull, one of the most recognisable sportswear brands in Poland. The area covered by the leases amounts to over 250 sqm.

New appointments

  • The Supervisory Board of Globe Trade Centre S.A. has appointed Balázs Gosztonyi as a member of the Management Board of GTC S.A. Balázs Gosztonyi has held the position of Chief Financial Officer at GTC Hungary since January 2024. He joined GTC Group in September 2023 as Group Controlling Director.
  • Wiesław Malicki has become the new President of Polski Holding Nieruchomości, the company's Board has announced. Until now, the acting Chairman of the Board was Artur Lebiedziński.
  • Prologis' Warsaw team has gained a new director. As of 1st of April, Marzena Tkaczuk has joined the team of development experts. As Capital Deployment Director, she will be responsible in particular for the implementation of build-to-suit projects.

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