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News Cushman & Wakefield plans further expansion in the region
30
Aug
2017

Cushman & Wakefield plans further expansion in the region

by Ákos Budai
Central and Eastern European markets are booming and most segments of the property business are growing rapidly, thus providing an opportunity for advisory firms to expand. Jonathan Hallett, Managing Partner for Central Europe talked to Property Forum about Cushman & Wakefield’s plans for the region.
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News When will Poland reclaim the throne?
24
Aug
2017

When will Poland reclaim the throne?

by Ákos Budai
The first half of 2017 saw the Czech Republic overtake Poland as the most popular investment destination within CEE. Based on the current pipeline of deals Poland might retake its position rather soon, nevertheless, the combination of growth, yields and stability make Czech Republic and other countries in the CEE region highly attractive to international and domestic investors. Luke Dawson, Managing Director & Head of Capital Markets CEE at Colliers International shared his expectations with Property Forum.
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News No need to fear digitalisation in real estate
29
Jun
2017

No need to fear digitalisation in real estate

by Ákos Budai
The recession and the years following it have brought about significant changes in facility management. The market players are challenged by developers not always thinking ahead and by a seriously lacking workforce. László Vágó, CEO of Strabag Property and Facility Services Ltd. spoke to us about their current challenges.
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News Are Czech cities smarter than Hungarian ones?
15
Jun
2017

Are Czech cities smarter than Hungarian ones?

by Ákos Budai
Bank cards play an increasingly bigger role in every aspect of our lives and passengers in CEE countries are becoming increasingly open towards using electronic payment solutions to pay for public transport services. Frantisek Jungr, Senior Business Development Manager for the CEE Region at Visa Europe talks to Property Forum about the experiences he gained during the implementation of electronic ticket systems in the Czech Republic, and while learning about the Czech examples, we also examine the shortcomings of Budapest’s current and future ticket system.
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News New opportunities for growth on the Czech market
19
Apr
2017

New opportunities for growth on the Czech market

by Ákos Budai
The Czech Republic has long been one of the favourite destinations of investors looking for opportunities in CEE and their unwavering confidence is proof that the market’s outlook for the future remains positive. Jaroslav Kaizr MRICS, CTP’s Business Director talked to us about the office and industrial markets in the Czech Republic. 
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News 2017 can be the best year yet for the Romanian market
22
Mar
2017

2017 can be the best year yet for the Romanian market

by Ákos Budai
The mindset of end-users is quickly changing in the world of real estate and developers looking to stay in the race need to keep up with current trends. This trivial statement is especially true in the case of a dynamically growing market such as Romania, which has gone through significant changes in recent years. Sorin Visoianu, Country Manager of Operations at Immofinanz told us what he thinks is driving the Romanian commerical property market.
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News Romania is the country to watch out for in 2017
09
Mar
2017

Romania is the country to watch out for in 2017

by Ákos Budai
2016 was a strong year for the Romanian commercial property market with a continued boom in the office segment and growing investment volumes. Ilinca Paun, Managing Partner at Colliers International talked us about current trends and expectations for the future.
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News It’s time to forget about political risk in CEE!
12
Jan
2017

It’s time to forget about political risk in CEE!

by Ákos Budai
Looking at what is going on in world politics, TriGranit’s CEO finds it difficult to comprehend why many still stress the political risk factor when talking about the Central European real estate market. He’s optimistic about the future and expects further diminishing returns on investment, along with new investors appearing in Budapest. Árpád Török talked to us about plans for developing TriGranit and the future of the real estate market.
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News Poland: stronger than ever?
06
Oct
2016

Poland: stronger than ever?

by Ákos Budai
The Polish property market has long been the region’s frontrunner and it seems like that nothing can slow it down. In spite of all the fears of last year related to political instability and the Warsaw office market getting potentially overheated, investment volumes are up significantly and development activity is stronger than ever. Piotr Mirowski, Director of CEE Investment Services at Colliers International Poland talked to us about the country’s investment market. 
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News Can CEE emerge as one of the winners of Brexit?
15
Sep
2016

Can CEE emerge as one of the winners of Brexit?

by Ákos Budai
The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union dominated property news cycles over the summer. After the initial shock things have somewhat cooled down but it is still uncertain to what extent will London loose its position as the capital of the European real estate market. The first figures show that although investors have started acting a bit more cautiously they are just as hungry for yields as they have been before the referendum took place. Benjamin Perez-Ellischewitz, Head of Capital Markets at JLL Hungary has talked to us about the potential effects of Brexit on European property markets. 
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Latest news


New leases

  • Hungarian startup Colossyan has leased 1,000 sqm at Academia Offices, in Budapest, at the end of May. The office project was opened six months ago and has already reached an occupancy rate of 80%.
  • PGD Sp. z o.o., a distributor of products for bakeries, confectioneries and ice-cream parlours, has leased approx. 2,000 sqm of production and warehouse space in Waimea Airport Logistics Park Szczecin-Goleniów investment. Axi Immo was the agent representing the tenant in negotiating and selecting a new location.
  • Tetra Pak, a global player in food processing and packaging industry, has leased approximately 1,200 sqm of space in Lakeside in Warsaw. JLL Poland is responsible for the exclusive commercialisation of the building, owned by Atenor.

New appointments

  • Robert Rogowski, former Vice President of the Management Board of Invest TDJ Estate, has been dismissed from his position. Magdalena Sierankiewicz has been appointed in his place.
  • Cushman & Wakefield Echinox appointed Cristina Lupașcu as Head of Marketing. She joined Cushman & Wakefield Echinox in 2021 as Director PR & Research, being responsible for assisting both the PR & Marketing and Research departments. Lupașcu has more than 20 years’ worth of experience in media and real estate.
  • Karolina Kunciak, an expert with experience in retail consultancy, has joined CBRE Poland. She will be responsible for high streets.

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