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News Despite challenges, Polish warehouses are doing well
28
Dec
2022

Despite challenges, Polish warehouses are doing well

by Property Forum
A pandemic, high inflation, rising prices for materials and contractors, and consequently, an increase in starting rental rates concerned the warehouse sector in 2022. Despite the difficulties, the logistics and industrial market is stable and has grown dynamically. The breaking point for the sector turned out to be Russia’s aggression against Ukraine at the end of Q1, 2022, which significantly changed the perception of the entire market in the first weeks of the war. Additionally, tenants and developers looked for ways to optimize energy costs throughout the year. Axi Immo presented a recap of 2022 and forecasts for 2023 for the warehouse market in Poland.
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News Uniq Logistic moves into Reino IO Łódź
13
Dec
2022

Uniq Logistic moves into Reino IO Łódź

by Property Forum
Logistics company Uniq Logistic is moving into the Reino IO Łódź warehouse on Ofiar Terroryzmu Avenue in Widzew. The tenant will occupy more than 12,000 sqm of warehouse space. Uniq Logistic was represented in the negotiation process by Axi Immo.
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News Warehouses in Poland hold strong
09
Dec
2022

Warehouses in Poland hold strong

by Property Forum
Despite the still-uncertain geopolitical situation over Poland's southeastern border, the performance of the warehousing sector in the investment and leasing markets gives grounds for optimism. Demand in Q3 2022 amounted to 1.6 million sqm (+11% y/y), indicating that companies are still interested in acquiring new space for development. On the supply side, on the other hand, the new policy of investment financing by banks in the coming quarters will bring the announced cooling down in the construction of new projects. This trend may particularly affect speculatively built warehouses, which at the end of September 2022 accounted for about 52% of the 4 million sqm of space currently under construction. Axi Immo presented data summarizing Q3 2022 in the industrial and logistics market.
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News Polish office market to face significant changes
07
Nov
2022

Polish office market to face significant changes

by Property Forum
The third quarter of 2022 completes the dynamic new supply period observed in the Polish office market in recent years. Between January and September 2022, developers delivered 39 new investments, which increased the sector’s total stock by 560,100 sqm to over 12.7 million sqm. The period under review also registered intense activity on the demand side. At the end of Q3 2022, more than one million sqm was leased across Poland. However, the office market, like other sectors of the commercial real estate market, faces many challenges, including rising energy costs or the expected supply gap and rising rents. AXI IMMO presents data summarizing Q3 2022 in the Polish office market.
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News PRS in Poland is about to boom
07
Oct
2022

PRS in Poland is about to boom

by Property Forum
Like years ago, the Polish Private Rental Sector is going through a blooming time as each commercial real estate sector segment. It requires a unification of offers, greater standardization of available space, and self-professionalization. One of the first spectacular transactions involving the PRS was in 2016 and the purchase of 72 apartments in the Złota 44 building in Warsaw by the German investment fund Catella Residential Investment Management. At the end of September 2022, this segment is formed by an offer of more than 8,500 apartments for rent spread across Poland's largest cities. The prospects for the development of the market remain very high, and it is mainly favored by market conditions and the structure of the residential sector in Poland. AXI IMMO, together with industry experts Inquiry and ThinkCo, presents data for the Polish institutional rental market in a publication, "Development prospects for the PRS market in Poland."
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News Investors feel safe again in Poland
30
Aug
2022

Investors feel safe again in Poland

by Property Forum
The total volume of investment transactions in H1 2022 amounted to almost €2.9 billion, which was more than 40% more than in the same period last year. The high value of investments demonstrates investors' continued strong interest in Polish investment products in all major categories, despite the new geopolitical situation and the war in Ukraine. AXI IMMO experts analyze the situation of individual sectors in the investment market in the first half of 2022 in Poland.
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News Polish warehouse market hits new record
26
Aug
2022

Polish warehouse market hits new record

by Property Forum
The warehouse sector in Poland remains in good shape after the first half of 2022. The market continues to see high tenant activity (3.7 million sqm; +12% y/y), generated mainly by e-commerce, retail chains, and logistics companies. At the end of June this year, developers delivered another 1.8 million sqm (+64% y/y), with the market still facing a shortage of vacant space. The high absorption rate is influencing decisions to start new investments. The result of 5.6 million sqm (+56% y/y) of projects currently under construction is the highest value recorded in the history of the entire sector. AXI IMMO summarizes the first half of the year in the warehouse market in the report "Polish Warehouse Market in H1 2022."
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News Bull market to return on Poland's office market
19
Aug
2022

Bull market to return on Poland's office market

by Property Forum
The Polish office market has more than 12.6 million sqm of modern space at the end of Q2 2022. Traditionally, Warsaw remains the leader in total stock, with eight major regional markets led by Krakow and Wroclaw not slowing down. An example is Tricity, which joined the ranks of office millionaires in the second quarter of this year. Optimism from rising demand is emerging from the market picture. AXI IMMO presents a data summary for the first half of 2022 on the Polish office market.
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News Polish office market to face significant changes
10
Jun
2022

Polish office market to face significant changes

by Property Forum
It's been a good, strong start to 2022 in Poland's office market, which offers hope that a long-awaited boom in demand is coming after a market slump. Companies have adapted to the new working conditions, and due to the easing of restrictions related to the covid-19 pandemic, they have launched a campaign to encourage employees back into offices. On the other hand, Warsaw and the eight largest regional markets, i.e., Kraków, Wrocław, Tricity, Katowice, Łódź, Poznań, Szczecin, and Lublin, may face a slowdown in new supply in the coming months. AXI IMMO looks at the current trends after Q1 2022 in the office market and analyses what will influence its development in the following months of the year.
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News Polish warehouse market ceases being low-priced
07
Jun
2022

Polish warehouse market ceases being low-priced

by Property Forum
The Polish warehouse market remained stable in Q1 2022, with a slight decrease observed on the demand side with 1.56 million sqm leased (-2.5% y/y). On the supply side, developers completed over one million sqm (+44% y/y) projects. A record-breaking 4.9 million sqm remains under construction, with factors such as inflation and rising material and contractor prices driving rental rates up. Not without matter for the entire sector is the geopolitical situation behind Poland's south-eastern border, which may temporarily increase the demand of tenants relocating their business from Eastern Europe in the following quarters of the year. AXI IMMO presented the results of the Polish warehouse market in the period January - March 2022 in the report "Polish Warehouse Market in Q1 2022".
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New leases

  • Catering products supplier Bidfood Farutex has become the first tenant of DC4 building at Prologis Park Wrocław III, having leased 9,795 sqm. Farutex will move into its new space in August 2023.
  • Warsaw's Renova shopping mall, located in Targówek and owned by Napollo, has just opened the first outlet of the Mother Earth brand in Warsaw. The outlet will be located on the ground floor of the mall.
  • Gdańsk's Galeria Zaspa has gained a new tenant. Clothing brand Sinsay has taken nearly 600 sqm of space in the facility.

New appointments

  • Oscar Kazanelson - the current Chairman of the Supervisory Board of ROBYG - has been appointed Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Vantage Development. This is related to the decision to build synergies within the TAG Immobilien Group.
  • Piotr Chemperek has joined the experts of the Office Space Department at Colliers Poland, taking the position of Associate Director. He will be responsible for advising companies in the medical sector.
  • Magda Twarowska joins Logicenters Poland, the logistics arm of NREP, as Head of Commercial. She will be responsible for managing tenant relations and leasing activities, covering the standing assets and projects held by NREP NSF IV portfolio company, BIK S.A.


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