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News Construction markets in CEE and SEE don’t have bright prospects
07
Dec
2022

Construction markets in CEE and SEE don’t have bright prospects

by Property Forum
The EECFA 2022 Winter Construction Forecast Report has been released and yet another downward revision characterizes the forecast for both Southeast Europe and Eastern Europe. Southeast Europe could see shrinkage on the horizon. This, however, comes after a great period of construction between 2016 and 2021, so the market is foreseen to come down from a peak level. In this respect, the 3% decline until 2024 is no drama, in EECFA’s view. The drama is in East Europe where the peak was reached in 2018 and the market was around 10% below that peak level even before the Ukraine war began. Since then, EECFA has paused issuing forecasts in Ukraine and a status report has been prepared. Without Ukraine, the region is expected to reach its bottom in 2023.
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News Developers struggle with unprecedented cost increase of raw materials
06
Dec
2022

Developers struggle with unprecedented cost increase of raw materials

by Michał Poręcki
Angelika Cieślowska, President of the Management Board of KB DORACO, one of the largest Polish construction companies, talked to Property Forum about the impact of the war in Ukraine on the construction industry, high prices of energy and raw materials and the possible scenarios of market development.
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News Poland's market to face new challenges in 2023
05
Dec
2022

Poland's market to face new challenges in 2023

by Property Forum
Savills has presented a preliminary summary of 2022 and predicted key trends for the coming months. The commercial property market in Poland is facing uncertainty and rising prices but remains underpinned by strong fundamentals, which bodes well for the future, reveals Savills.
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News Ukraine’s warehouse market demonstrates high resilience
20
Oct
2022

Ukraine’s warehouse market demonstrates high resilience

by Property Forum
According to CBRE Ukraine, the warehouse and logistics segment demonstrated higher resilience than the rest of the commercial real estate market against the backdrop of military aggression in Ukraine. However, it suffered large-scale destruction from rocket attacks on Kyiv and the Kyiv region. Iryna Nastych summarised the situation in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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News Building for rent is a good recipe for difficult times
19
Oct
2022

Building for rent is a good recipe for difficult times

by Michał Poręcki
Build to rent or build to sell? The participants of CEE Property Forum in Vienna were sure that in the current residential market environment of high inflation and rising interest rates, building for PRS purposes is the only valid option.
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News Discussion about rebuilding Ukraine still in early stage
14
Oct
2022

Discussion about rebuilding Ukraine still in early stage

by Property Forum
There are already a lot of long-term plans for rebuilding the country and revitalizing its cities, but businesses face day-to-day challenges. The office market suffered the most but retail is relatively healthy in the Western part of the country, experts informed at a special panel dedicated to the future rebuilding of Ukraine at CEE Property Forum 2022 in Vienna. 
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News The social aspect of shopping centres is important again
06
Oct
2022

The social aspect of shopping centres is important again

by Michał Poręcki
Krzysztof Poznański, Managing Director of the Polish Council of Shopping Centres, has talked to Property Forum about the industry's struggle with the effects of the pandemic, the impact of rising energy prices and double-digit inflation.
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News Ukrainian stand to be a highlight of Expo Real
30
Sep
2022

Ukrainian stand to be a highlight of Expo Real

by Property Forum
In 2022, Ukraine will participate in Expo Real for the first time. The event will host a pavilion with an area of ​​132 sqm dedicated to Rebuilding Ukraine. The organizing partner of the stand is Invest in Projects, a global promoter of the Ukrainian real estate industry.
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News How’s Kyiv’s office market doing during the war?
29
Aug
2022

How’s Kyiv’s office market doing during the war?

by Property Forum
As of summer 2022, leasing activity in the Kyiv office market was near a standstill and primarily driven by office optimization, as well as lease renewals and renegotiations of existing leases, according to the latest research of CBRE Ukraine. Whereas, as of the beginning of June, we observed a slight recovery in the level of office occupancy by employees who continued to work or who returned to Kyiv. Thus, typical office attendance among corporate occupiers was ca. 10% with many tenants in IT, high tech & telecommunications, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, agriculture, FMCG and industrial sectors planning to increase occupancy to 15%.
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News Ukraine to speed up rebuilding efforts by introducing legal changes
08
Aug
2022

Ukraine to speed up rebuilding efforts by introducing legal changes

by Property Forum
During five months of war in Ukraine, millions of square meters of housing, production facilities, and infrastructure were destroyed. To speed up the recovery, Ukrainian legislation governing urban planning was simplified. Alexandra Fedotova, Partner, Attorney and Head of Ader Haber's real estate and construction practice and the Board Member of the Charity Fund Housing For IDP, reviewed the changes in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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New leases

  • DP World has signed a 10-year lease for 700 sqm of office space in One Cotroceni Park, in a deal brokered by CBRE.
  • Xtreme Fitness Gyms joins the group of service sector tenants who have signed a contract at the retail park under development by Redkom Development in Bielsko-Biała. The gym and fitness club will occupy an area of over 800 sqm.
  • In Warsaw's Norblin Factory, the only stationary Answear.com concept store in Europe started its activity. On the area of 2,000 sqm, the customers will find an offer of premium fashion brands, which so far were available only online.

New appointments

  • STERENN, a consultancy firm specializing in hospitality market entry and real estate asset sourcing, proudly announces the addition of Bryan Wilson to its Advisory Board. Bryan Wilson brings a wealth of expertise in real estate transactions, particularly within the hospitality sector. He co-founded Wilsons, a prominent law firm in Prague, and is a UK-registered lawyer and now heads up the CEE region for DUAL Asset, transactional risk insurers.
  • MLP Group’s management team has added new members - Katarzyna Misztal (Leasing Manager), Paweł Reszczyński (Senior Land Acquisition Manager), Zuzanna Pukaluk , Mateusz Sobczak (both a Project Managers) and Szymon Grochowski ( Land Acquisition Manager). In their new roles, they will be entrusted with land acquisition and preparation for upcoming projects, oversight over construction and project work, space commercialisation and tenant relationships.
  • Zuzanna Paciorkiewicz, PhD, has been appointed as Head of Asset Services CEE at Cushman & Wakefield following her tenure as Co-Head with Ondřej Fukal.

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