Prologis is expending Building 2 of Prologis Park Wrocław V with 16,500 square meters. The new investment is specifically tailored for two companies with very different backgrounds, but working towards the same goal: effective storage and distribution, both in the local market of Lower Silesia and across Poland.
Changes in the Polish office sector happen not only from a quantitative aspect but in qualitative terms as well. There is a growing interest in multi-functional projects on the market. The share of flex space, which is an interesting option for large tenants, is also increasing. JLL summarised the situation on the Polish office market at the end of Q3 2019.
Globalworth has signed a preliminary sale and purchase agreement with Cavatina Holdings SA to acquire two office developments in Poland, in Warsaw and Krakow, on their completion scheduled for Q1 2020. The maximum transaction consideration for the two assets has been set at €185 million, with the final consideration to be determined on their leasing status at completion and after customary deductions.
According to data by JLL, the value of office investment transactions concluded from the beginning of 2019 came in at nearly €2.8 billion, equating to 2018's total performance. What is particularly noteworthy is that office regional markets achieved record-breaking results of over €1 billion.
Many expect to double commitment to coworking in the next five years, according to a survey by Cushman & Wakefield and CoreNet Global. Cushman & Wakefield has released a report that reveals corporate perceptions of the value of flexible workspace and coworking strategies.
Futureal Group has acquired the Antares office building in Warsaw, Poland. The 16-year-old complex will be fully modernized and repositioned in order to exceed the higher expectations of tenants. Cushman & Wakefield has been appointed as sole letting agent for the project.
The total value of 230 office, retail, warehouse and hotel projects, both ongoing and planned, which are conducted by top 30 property developers is estimated at nearly €10 billion, according to the latest report by research company Spectis.
Leasing volume on the Warsaw office market hit 688,500 sqm in the first three quarters of 2019, of which nearly 65% was transacted under expansions and new deals. Cushman & Wakefield presented an overview of the Warsaw office market after Q3 2019.
Adventum International, a Malta-based boutique investment fund manager, has acquired the 10,000 sqm office building Renaissance Plaza in the most dynamically growing area of the Polish capital from REInvest Asset Management, a Luxembourg-based asset and fund manager. The 7-storey, Class B+ office building is fully leased to Orange Polska S.A.
New office space for lease is being absorbed very quickly in Tricity. In the first half of 2019, the region’s net absorption of 16,300 sqm nearly matched new supply (17,400 sqm). Approximately 50,000 sqm of new office space is scheduled for delivery by the end of 2019.
Westrock, an American manufacturer of packaging for the cosmetics industry, is a new tenant in Kraków's Quattro Business Park office complex. The company has leased over 800 sqm on the first floor of Building D. Westrock's office at Quattro is scheduled to open later in October.
The Polish provider of logistics and freight forwarding services has ordered about 2,000 sqm of additional space at MLP Poznań West. Once this new space is delivered to the tenant in June next year, Hart Logistics will occupy a total of nearly 12,000 sqm. The adviser in the transaction was Profi Home, a consulting firm.
Samsung R&D Institute Poland has extended the lease agreement for its office space in Warsaw Spire. During the negotiation process, the tenant was advised by a team of experts from JLL.
Robert Skládal joins Cushman & Wakefield as a partner in the retail leasing team and will lead the team focused on shopping centres.
JLL in Prague announces the appointment of Milan Kilik as its new Head of Office Agency for the Czech Republic as of beginning of October 2022.
Agnieszka Boroń has joined Equilis Poland to take up the post of Development Director. She has worked in the construction and development industry for over 20 years, specialising in residential project management. Prior to joining Equilis Poland, she was programme director at Nexity. Prior to that, she worked in managerial positions at Dom Development.
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