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News Regional construction market outlooks turn negative
30
Jun
2022

Regional construction market outlooks turn negative

by Property Forum
Previous optimism over the prospect of the construction market in the Southeast European region is gone, the Eastern European Construction Forecasting Association (EECFA) reports. The current forecast is foreshadowing almost no growth until 2023 and contraction in 2024. The main reason behind is the worsening climate for construction due to the consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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News How’s Ukraine’s office market functioning during the war?
03
Jun
2022

How’s Ukraine’s office market functioning during the war?

by Property Forum
Unlike logistics and retail assets, office buildings received less damage from the war in Ukraine, but it is still impossible to calculate the exact number of losses or destroyed office space. Iryna Nastych summarised the situation in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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News Shortage of staff and materials limits resumption of constructions in Kyiv
19
May
2022

Shortage of staff and materials limits resumption of constructions in Kyiv

by Property Forum
After the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, real estate developers in Kyiv stopped working on construction sites and focused on defence processes. They handed over their equipment and materials for the construction of protective structures, created volunteer organizations, etc. By now, after the de-occupation of the settlements around the capital and the relative stabilization of the situation in Kyiv, some developers began to resume work on construction sites. Iryna Nastych summarised the situation in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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News Ukrainians are ready to rebuild their country – Real estate developers will play a critical role
10
May
2022

Ukrainians are ready to rebuild their country – Real estate developers will play a critical role

by Property Forum
The war launched by Russia on February 24th is still going on in Ukraine. Infrastructure facilities are being damaged every day. The cost of damages that experts share changes daily. According to the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the total expenses for reconstruction will range from $220 billion to $540 billion, writes Anna Nestulia, Principal at Invest in Projects for Property Forum.
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News War in Ukraine to impact profit margins in Poland's construction sector
25
Apr
2022

War in Ukraine to impact profit margins in Poland's construction sector

by Property Forum
The latest report from research firm Spectis indicates that following a strong start to the year, the outlook for the construction sector over the coming months of 2022 is now less bright. The expected slowdown can be indirectly caused by the ongoing war in Ukraine, which only aggravates the problems the market has been facing previously, such as soaring prices of raw materials, building materials, and energy sources or the shortage of labour.
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News War in Ukraine pushes costs on Romania's construction market
11
Apr
2022

War in Ukraine pushes costs on Romania's construction market

by Property Forum
Romania’s trade relations with Ukraine, Russia and Belarus are limited, but the country has been importing raw materials from these countries that are used in the local construction market, according to an analysis by the Eastern European Construction Forecasting Association (EECFA). 
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News NEPI Rockcastle rolls out humanitarian campaign for Ukraine
23
Mar
2022

NEPI Rockcastle rolls out humanitarian campaign for Ukraine

by Property Forum
Property group NEPI Rockcastle has launched the “Donate for the Ukrainian people” campaign, conducted through SPOT, the mobile loyalty application of the company.  
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News Real estate companies join forces to help Ukrainian refugees in Poland
17
Mar
2022

Real estate companies join forces to help Ukrainian refugees in Poland

by Property Forum
Several large Polish real estate companies have joined forces to help refugees in Poland that are fleeing the war in Ukraine under the #Property4Ukraine initiative. The companies will provide a temporary home for 3,000 refugees from Ukraine. They are already moving into four buildings belonging to Echo Investment, Grupa Archicom, Globalworth and Skanska.
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News Globalworth supports Ukraine humanitarian efforts
17
Mar
2022

Globalworth supports Ukraine humanitarian efforts

by Property Forum
Property developer Globalworth is providing 12,000 sqm of its portfolio in Romania and Poland for Ukraine war humanitarian relief efforts. The spaces will be used to accommodate refugees and provide them with related logistical support as well as depositing and sorting the donations. 
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News Kinstellar sees pandemic-proof assets driving property demand in Romania
14
Mar
2022

Kinstellar sees pandemic-proof assets driving property demand in Romania

by Nicolae Ovidiu
There is increased demand for all categories of property assets in Romania, with office and industrial set to continue their growth streak this year. Property Forum talked to Victor Constantinescu, Managing Partner of Kinstellar’s Bucharest office and Co-Head of the firm-wide Real Estate practice, about the impact of the pandemic on Romania’s real estate market and how the country’s property investment potential can be harnessed in the next years.
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New leases

  • Flex office provider CitySpace is to open a 3,500 sqm centre in the MidPoint71 office building in Wrocław. The centre, which is to open on July 1st, will offer a range of 400 workstations. This is to be CitySpace’s fourth location in Wrocław.
  • The Australian Embassy in Warsaw has changed its headquarters. The Australian diplomatic mission has taken over 780 sqm of office space in Rondo 1 office building. CBRE assisted the Embassy in signing the lease.
  • FORUM Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych (FTFI) is set to join tenants of Kraków’s Wadowicka 3 office complex. The company will occupy 880 sqm on the fifth floor of the building, owned by Partners Group & Reino Partners. JLL supported the tenant in the process of lease negotiations.

New appointments

  • Fidurock integrated the retail portfolio into their structure and appointed Petr Vondrášek as a new Head of Retail Portfolio as of July 1st 2022.
  • Garbe Industrial Real Estate CEE expands its teams in the region with the appointments of Veronika Zacha and Jan Hradecky, both are coming from Panattoni. Veronika Zacha is joining as Senior Business Development Manager for Czechia and Jan Hradecky will hold a Project Manager position.
  • Colin King has been appointed Strategic Advisor of Romanian PropTech Bright Spaces. King has worked for over 30 years with large public companies and private mid-cap growth businesses, all with revenue well in excess of £1 billion.


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