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News Warsaw's office market faces multiple challenges
26
Apr
2022

Warsaw's office market faces multiple challenges

by Property Forum
Office Warsaw faces major challenges: deteriorating macroeconomic indicators, rising construction and utility costs, and upward pressure on rents and service charges. In addition, there are delays resulting from broken supply chains, the spectre of a supply gap and a strong reshuffling in the demand structure. On the other hand, the capital city market reports a quarterly record in lease agreements signed and attracts an IT giant that buys one of the newest office-mixed use complexes; all this is according to the summary of the first quarter in the Warsaw office market prepared by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland experts.
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News BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland promotes its managers
14
Apr
2022

BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland promotes its managers

by Property Forum
The first quarter of the year in BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland was marked by internal promotions. A total of 9 commercial real estate experts who advise clients on a daily basis, working in office, industrial and logistics leasing departments, as well as in property management, investment markets and design consultancy departments, climbed a step up the career ladder.
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News Bucharest offers cheapest office rent among major European cities
01
Apr
2022

Bucharest offers cheapest office rent among major European cities

by Property Forum
Class A offices in Bucharest have some of the cheapest rents compared to other large European cities with strong business centres, according to a report by BNP Paribas Real Estate Alliance members. 
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News BNPPRE: Poland stands for warehousing
23
Feb
2022

BNPPRE: Poland stands for warehousing

by Property Forum
The warehouse and logistics space sector in Poland maintained its high growth rate in 2021. The results included, among others, record amounts of new space delivered to the market, a record number of square metres under construction, as well as a record demand. Summing up last year, experts from BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland highlight the influence of e-commerce on the situation of the whole sector, the increasing interest of logisticians, developers and investors in ecological issues. They also point out the bottlenecks such as rising construction costs, difficulties in materials supply, limited land availability and increasing shortage of qualified workers.
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News Flexibility is key to Warsaw’s offices
16
Feb
2022

Flexibility is key to Warsaw’s offices

by Property Forum
Experts from the consulting company BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland summed up the final quarter of 2021, regarding office space in Warsaw. The market closed the year with 325,000 sqm of new modern space, but vacancy rate are increasing, and an escalation in contract renewals is agitating the situation within the demand structure. Therefore "flexibility" has turned out to be the most important word for all market players. The authors underline that the situation in 2022 will be comparable.
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News BNP: Polish retail is back on the recovery route
14
Feb
2022

BNP: Polish retail is back on the recovery route

by Property Forum
In the past twelve months, retail properties have tried to make up for the challenges faced in the first year of the pandemic. Summarizing 2021 for the modern retail space sector, experts from BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland pointed to several key phenomena regarding the sector, including: a quick return of shoppers to retail facilities, retail parks standing becoming stronger, e-commerce continuing the way of the stable growth, as well as the increasingly important role of sustainable development and ESG policy.
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News BNP: Regional office markets in Poland are accelerating
09
Feb
2022

BNP: Regional office markets in Poland are accelerating

by Property Forum
According to a report published by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, around 715,000 sqm of modern office space was under construction within Poland’s eight largest markets at the end of 2021. Experts also note the further strengthening of the hybrid work model, the increasing popularity of various forms of flexible office working, and the growing importance of ESG solutions. An important factor shaping the market in the nearest future will be the rising costs of living, which will ultimately mean higher base rents and increased service charges.
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News BNPPRE sums up busy end of the year for investors in Poland
07
Feb
2022

BNPPRE sums up busy end of the year for investors in Poland

by Property Forum
Over €5.7 billion - this is how much investors spent on commercial real estate in Poland throughout 2021, of which in the last quarter alone, the amount attained over €2.2 billion. The latest report prepared by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland indicates that the past year was marked by a further strengthening of the logistics and industrial sector, making up for losses by retail and the continued battle against Covid's shortage of breath in the office sector.
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News Panattoni sells Amazon warehouse in Świebodzin for €165 million
14
Jan
2022

Panattoni sells Amazon warehouse in Świebodzin for €165 million

by Property Forum
The Polish branch of BNP Paribas Real Estate represented one of the Asian clients of the BNP Group in the acquisition process of a distribution centre in Świebodzin In Western Poland, which was developed by Panattoni. The Korean fund became the new owner. The property with a GLA of 190,000 sqm is fully leased to Amazon, one of the largest e-commerce providers in the world.
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News Property investments in Romania exceed €900 million in 2021
12
Jan
2022

Property investments in Romania exceed €900 million in 2021

by Property Forum
The volume of real estate investments in Romania gained 4% year-on-year to €919.45 million, driven by office and industrial developments, according to a report by real estate consultancy Fortim T.A., a member of BNP Paribas Real Estate. 
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New leases

  • A Bricomarché shop has opened in the Karuzela shopping complex in Biała Podlaska (Poland). This is the chain's first outlet in the city. The store occupies an area of over 3,000 sqm, the outdoor garden a total of 1,500 sqm, and a special building shed another 600 sqm.
  • A shop of the international brand Jysk has opened in Galeria Północna in Warsaw. The store will occupy an area of 1,500 sqm. This is the chain's three hundredth outlet in Poland.
  • A Change Lingerie women's lingerie store has opened in Gemini Park Tarnów (Poland). The premises occupied by the brand is 100 sqm in size.

New appointments

  • At the beginning of April 2024, Barbara Tomaszewska took over as Director of the first Aiden by Best Western in Łódź, Poland. She was previously Deputy Director at Golden Tulip Gdańsk Residence.
  • Oriol Casellas Deig has been appointed CFO of Redport Capital. He also joined the Board of Directors of the Romanian development company. Deig has over 20 years’ worth of experience in real estate.
  • InPost has appointed Javier van Engelen as Group CFO. He is an experienced manager, an expert in finance, who has held CFO positions in a number of international companies.

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