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18
Jun
2018

Polish regional markets set new highs

by Property Forum
Regional cities in Poland are attracting an increasing number of tenants and more development activity. Cresa analysed the office markets of Wrocław, Łódź and Tricity.
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15
Mar
2018

Ports drive Tricity's office market growth

by Property Forum
In 2017, Tricity’s office space absorption hit a record high of 79,400 sqm, compared to the five-year average of more than 58,000 sqm. Leasing conditions in the region hold stable, says tenant-only real estate advisory firm Cresa.
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05
Mar
2018

Kraków and Wrocław take the lead in Poland

by Property Forum
Office take-up in 2017 hit a record high of 674,800 sqm in Poland’s regional office markets, up by more than 16% on 2016’s level. The strongest leasing activity was recorded in Kraków, Wrocław and Tricity. Cushman & Wakefield has published its MarketBeat report.
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24
Jan
2018

New locations arise on the Tricity office market

by Property Forum
Class A office buildings in the downtown areas of Gdańsk and Gdynia will finally become available for lease, complementing office provision on the outskirts of the Tricity agglomeration. Tenants are likely to move to new headquarters in more prestigious locations, says Michał Rafałowicz, Head for the Pomeranian Region at advisory firm Cresa Poland.
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14
Dec
2017

Office leasing volume up by 60% in Tricity

by Property Forum
Tricity is the third largest regional market in Poland, after Krakow and Wrocław, in terms of office stock, now at 693,000 sqm. Absorption set a new high of 62,600 sqm in the first three quarters of 2017, compared to the five-year average of less than 39,000 sqm, says Cresa in its latest report.
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15
Sep
2017

Tri-City office market to continue riding high

by Ákos Budai
Demand in the Tri-City continued apace. 73,800 sqm had been leased in the area in H1 2017. The vacancy rate currently stands at 7.8%. JLL summarised H1 2017 on the office market in the Tri-City.
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22
May
2017

New office hubs on the rise in Poland

by Ákos Budai
Over time, some office locations enhance their position in the eyes of tenants while others – lose popularity. The reason for this change usually results from communication infrastructure as its development can create new business regions. JLL has taken a closer look at tenants’ preferences regarding office locations on major Polish markets based on concluded lease agreements. The company focused solely on new deals – excluding renewals of already existing contracts and expansions – signed in Warsaw (in 2012 and 2016), and Kraków, Wrocław, Tri-City, Katowice, Poznań and Łódź (in 2011 and 2016).
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29
Mar
2017

Three regional cities take the lead in Poland

by Ákos Budai
Nearly half a million square meters of modern office space was delivered to the office market in the key Polish regional cities in 2016. The leader’s position was retained by Kraków, Lesser Poland’s capital, followed by, amongst others, Wrocław and the Tri-City. According to the report’s authors at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, current pipeline projects will also support the high growth dynamics in 2017.
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Latest news


New leases

  • COS, the office fit-out supplier, has leased 3,000 sqm in the Miro project, in northern Bucharest. All of the company’s employees will start working in the new offices next summer. Part of the space will host a showroom. The building is developed by Speedwell.
  • Recovery clinic Empatio București has leased 200 sqm in The Eminescu Offices project located in central Bucharest. The opening of the clinic is scheduled for April 2022. The office building is developed by Akcent Development and managed by Cushman & Wakefield Echinox.
  • SIG, a supplier of building products on the Polish market has decided to relocate its branch. It leased 2,067 sqm of warehouse and office space in City Logistics Katowice. The tenant was represented in the negotiation process by real estate advisory firm Cresa Poland.

New appointments

  • BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland strengthens its Capital Markets department. Bartłomiej Sutkowski, a highly valued expert with almost 15 years of experience within the real estate industry will be its new Associate DIrector.
  • MDC2 COO and co-founder Jeremy Cordery was recently appointed as a Board Member of the company’s Board of Directors and will be an active member of the following committees: ESG, IC and Audit & Risk.
  • Avison Young announced Karolina Pruchniewska’s promotion to the role of Communications Manager CEE. Based in Poland, Karolina will be responsible for enhancing brand awareness of the company in Central and Eastern Europe, supporting Avison Young in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania also regarding internal communication within the firm. She will also be still managing marketing & PR activities of the Polish branch of Avison Young.


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