ARTICLES LABELLED WITH TAG war in Ukraine

News Proper asset valuation is essential in turbulent times
27
Jun
2022

Proper asset valuation is essential in turbulent times

by Michał Poręcki
Monika Bronicka, Director and Head of Valuation and Advisory at Avison Young talked to Property Forum about the current challenges to the valuation of properties under rapidly-changing market conditions in Poland.
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News Polish office market to face significant changes
10
Jun
2022

Polish office market to face significant changes

by Property Forum
It's been a good, strong start to 2022 in Poland's office market, which offers hope that a long-awaited boom in demand is coming after a market slump. Companies have adapted to the new working conditions, and due to the easing of restrictions related to the covid-19 pandemic, they have launched a campaign to encourage employees back into offices. On the other hand, Warsaw and the eight largest regional markets, i.e., Kraków, Wrocław, Tricity, Katowice, Łódź, Poznań, Szczecin, and Lublin, may face a slowdown in new supply in the coming months. AXI IMMO looks at the current trends after Q1 2022 in the office market and analyses what will influence its development in the following months of the year.
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News The consolidation process in Poland's property market will continue
07
Jun
2022

The consolidation process in Poland's property market will continue

by Michał Poręcki
Radomił Charzyński, Partner, Real Estate Practice and Deputy Managing Partner at Greenberg Traurig Poland talked to Property Forum about the impact of the war in Ukraine on the Polish property market, current financial conditions and consolidation forecasts.
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News BNP: Investors in Poland retain "wait and see" strategy
18
May
2022

BNP: Investors in Poland retain "wait and see" strategy

by Property Forum
BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland has summarized the first three months in the Polish investment market and pointed out, among other things: reduction in investors' appetite and waiting caused by the war in Ukraine, combat with inflation, rising commodity prices, as well as a hesitant start of the year in the sector of logistics and industrial investments.
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News JLL: Poland's resi market is slowing down
27
Apr
2022

JLL: Poland's resi market is slowing down

by Property Forum
Negative factors such as the pandemic, uncertainty caused by the conflict in Ukraine and a rapidly rising inflation rate have significantly affected property buyers' sentiments and decisions.
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News Poland could benefit a lot from global economic changes
25
Apr
2022

Poland could benefit a lot from global economic changes

by Michał Poręcki
Strong, self-reliant economic centres are emerging amid ongoing supply chain disruptions and competition for natural resources. Europe is expanding its manufacturing and warehouse base, while Poland, with its skilled labour, lower labour costs than in the West and its mature and buoyant industrial and warehouse market, will be one of the key beneficiaries of these changes, says Piotr Kaszyński, Managing Partner, Newmark Polska, in an interview with Property Forum.
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News Turawa Park creates support and volunteer centre for Ukraine
19
Apr
2022

Turawa Park creates support and volunteer centre for Ukraine

by Property Forum
More than ten thousand Ukrainian refugees have already applied for help at the Temporary Support Centre for Refugees (TOWU) in Turawa Park  (Opole, Poland). Just a few days ago TOWU signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Polish branch of the Red Cross.
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News EPP shifts strategy and prepares for new challenges in retail
04
Apr
2022

EPP shifts strategy and prepares for new challenges in retail

by Michał Poręcki
Retail investor EPP has recently delisted from the Johannesburg and Luxembourg stock exchanges and announced the sale of certain assets. Tomasz Trzósło, CEO of EPP talked to Property Forum about the rationale behind these decisions, the impact of the war in Ukraine on the Polish retail market and its overall condition in the new, post-pandemic era.
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News Savills predicts shrinking supply on Poland's warehouse market
30
Mar
2022

Savills predicts shrinking supply on Poland's warehouse market

by Property Forum
Real estate advisory firm Savills anticipates that some of the immediate knock-on effects of the war in Ukraine on the Polish logistics market will include sustained demand for new warehouse projects amid construction difficulties and a prospect of rental growth in ready-to-occupy facilities.
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News Savills expects strong Q1 for European real estate investment
21
Mar
2022

Savills expects strong Q1 for European real estate investment

by Property Forum
Preliminary figures compiled by Savills suggest that the total real estate investment volume in Europe for the first quarter of the year will reach approximately €70 billion, a 19.5% increase year-on-year. Despite geopolitical events, the real estate advisor expects solid European investment activity for the remainder of the year, notably fuelled by large portfolio and entity deals.
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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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