LivUp has finalized the purchase of a property in Kraków from Galinvest. The new LivUp project will include about 80 residential apartments for long-term rental, as well as additional amenities and facilities. The first tenants are expected to move in by Q2 2023.
Resi4Rent has secured a €50 million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for new investments in the institutional rental market in cities hosting refugees from Ukraine, the company said. This is the first EBRD financing for the institutional rental sector (PRS) in Poland.
Residential units in Poland – is it better to build them to rent or to sell in the current economic environment? The participants of Living Investment Forum 2022, held by Property Forum last week in Warsaw, were unanimous – for now, rental is the only choice.
PFR Nieruchomości will debut in Szczecin with a large rental project, located on 6 hectares owned by PKP (Polish State Railways). It will comprise 9 buildings, 800 flats, recreational space and amenities.
The economical environment for PRS investments in Poland has never been so favourable. However, foreign investors cannot spread their wings because of the general uncertainty, planning difficulties and high debt costs – these are just some of the topics that were covered in a panel discussion with international investors during Living Investment Forum 2022, organised by Property Forum yesterday in Warsaw.
Kamil Kowa, Member of the Board and Head of the Corporate Finance & Valuation Department at Savills Poland, talked to Property Forum about the current slowdown in the Polish residential market, PRS funds' expansion and the forecast for private student accommodation in that country.
Błażej Czwarnok and Marcin Muszel, Partners in the Real Estate Practice at Gide Loyrette Nouel spoke with Property Forum about the PRS market, economic turbulence caused by the war in Ukraine and legislative changes coming to the Polish real estate sector.
Piotr Szafarz, Partner, Head of Real Estate in Poland and CEE, Dentons talked to Property Forum about the forecasts for the PRS market in Poland, the impact of the war in Ukraine on the European properties and the expected changes in financing conditions.
Property Forum sat down with Piotr Trzciński, Head of Poland and Andrew Allen, Global Head of Research, Product Strategy and Development at Savills Investment Management, to talk about the company’s investment strategy in Europe and Poland in particular. They also talked about Savills IM’s ambition to become net zero by 2040 and the way ESG is shaping future developments in the European commercial real estate sector.
The Change Lingerie brand opened its first shop in the Factory Gliwice outlet centre. The store occupies an area of approximately 100 sqm in the facility.
Another eobuwie.pl shop with a Modivo zone has opened in Pasaż Grunwaldzki in Wrocław. The new outlet occupies an area of 300 sqm.
Three new tenants have joined the ranks of the tenants of Bydgoszcz's CH Rondo retail centre. Gudi Home, Pink Box and Piekarnia Grochola Prawdziwy Chleb have signed agreements for premises with a total area of nearly 1,700 sqm.
Florin Suicescu has been named COO of Forty Management. With over 30 years of management experience, he has held senior positions in real estate and hotel developments.
Daniel Rutkowski joined Walter Herz Investment Advisory Department, currently consisting of six people, and took the position of Development Manager. He will be responsible for searching for and acquiring investment projects, developing investment potential analysis and building the value of real estate.
Dariusz Proniewicz has joined MDC2's team of experts to take on the position of Development Director BTS, with responsibility for the development of BTS investments.
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