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News Bulgaria’s investment market to stay stable in 2023
09
Mar
2023

Bulgaria’s investment market to stay stable in 2023

by Property Forum
The Bulgarian commercial property market in 2023 will maintain activity around last year's levels. Main buyers are again expected to be local investors with sufficient funds or being able to obtain favourable credit terms. This is what Cushman & Wakefield Forton is forecasting for the period. C&W Forton estimates the total volume of commercial property transactions in 2022 to be just over €270 million. Transactions with traditional market assets – office and retail space – are predominant, while there is also a stir in the industrial property segment
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News Forton MKA brokers 14,000 sqm industrial lease in Skopje
06
Jul
2022

Forton MKA brokers 14,000 sqm industrial lease in Skopje

by Property Forum
Kromberg & Schubert’s new plant is to start production at the beginning of Q3 2022 in Skopje, North Macedonia. The transaction was assisted by Forton MKA, an alliance partner of Cushman & Wakefield for North Macedonia.
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News Sofia’s office market faces significant slowdown
05
May
2020

Sofia’s office market faces significant slowdown

by Property Forum
The office market in Sofia faces a significant slowdown, due to the economic uncertainty and weakening business activity caused by COVID-19, according to the latest market report of Forton, a strategic partner of Cushman & Wakefield for Bulgaria and Macedonia.
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News Period of stability on Bulgaria’s property market
17
Jan
2019

Period of stability on Bulgaria’s property market

by Property Forum
Stable rents and yields unscathed by increasing supply of office and industrial space – this is what Cushman & Wakefield Forton expects to see on the Bulgarian commercial property market in 2019, according to the company’s latest forecast.
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News Bulgarian investors buy Sofia office building
06
Feb
2018

Bulgarian investors buy Sofia office building

by Import Sys
Avestus Capital Partners, an Irish real estate investment and asset manager, sold a landmark office building in the heart of Sofia. Moskovska Business Center changed its owner after several months of negotiations with strong interest from local and foreign investors. The buyer is a Bulgarian company owned by private investors with interests in different fields of business. The transaction price has not been disclosed. Cushman & Wakefield Forton acted as an exclusive advisor to the seller.
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News Year of records and positive prospects for Bulgaria
31
Jan
2018

Year of records and positive prospects for Bulgaria

by Import Sys
2017 was a record breaking year for the Bulgarian office market with almost 200,000 sqm take-up in Sofia. The investment volume has also been the strongest ever with €1 billion invested in commercial property (land acquisitions included) from which income generating assets hold €870 million. Cushman & Wakefield Forton summarised 2017 on the Bulgarian office, retail and industrial markets.
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News Bulgaria is definitely back on the map
30
Oct
2017

Bulgaria is definitely back on the map

by Ákos Budai
The Bulgarian property market is booming with the total transaction volume expected to exceed €1 billion in 2017. The outlook for the future is highly positive: strong demand, underpinned by solid economic growth, encourages developers to start new projects in all segments of the market.
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News C&W and Forton extend affiliation in SEE
27
Apr
2017

C&W and Forton extend affiliation in SEE

by Ákos Budai
Cushman & Wakefield has renewed and rebranded its exclusive arrangement with Forton as its affiliate in Bulgaria and Macedonia. The formal affiliate appointment follows the 2015 global merger of Cushman & Wakefield and DTZ. Forton has been Cushman & Wakefield’s partner since 2006. From today, Forton will rebrand as Cushman & Wakefield Forton.   
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News Vacancy increases in Sofia shopping centres
11
Nov
2016

Vacancy increases in Sofia shopping centres

by Ákos Budai
Large leases and the rebranding of City Center Sofia marked the Bulgarian retail property market in the third quarter. The demand for prime space remained strong fuelled by the increasing consumption in the main cities, while the supply didn’t change. Fashion and shoes, as well as health & beauty were the most rapidly growing categories in terms of new stores. The FMCG sector was driven mainly by the appetite of the fast growing retailers to occupy the niche vacated with the exit of Carrefour and Penny Market, as well as the reorganisation of Piccadilly. Forton has published its Bulgaria retail market snapshot for Q3 2016.
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Latest news


New leases

  • TPL Logistic has leased nearly 3,700 sqm of warehouse and office space in the P3 Blonie park near Warsaw, thereby increasing the space it previously occupied to 5,000 sqm in two warehouses.
  • MHP Consulting Romania, the IT division of the Porsche group, has leased 550 sqm of office space in Bucharest-based MUSE building. The lease deal was brokered by Griffes.
  • Accace Poland, a consulting and outsourcing company, has moved into new office space, occupying 550 sqm in the Atrium Centrum office building in Warsaw.

New appointments

  • At the beginning of July, Jesika Mackiewicz took the position of Business Manager of Warsaw projects at Matexi Poland. She will be responsible for development of the company portfolio of residential projects and land purchases.
  • Rafał Kincer has been appointed CEO of Polski Holding Hotelowy. The new head of the state-owned hotel company will take the helm in mid-July.
  • Anne Kavanagh, former CEO of residential and mixed-use developer Telford Homes (of the Trammell Crow Company group), has been appointed president of ULI Europe. The Urban Land Institute (ULI) also announced the appointment of Angela Cain as global CEO.

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