ARTICLES LABELLED WITH TAG war in Ukraine

News Rising interest rates will affect the profitability of some projects
05
Aug
2022

Rising interest rates will affect the profitability of some projects

by Property Forum
Silviu Stratulat, Managing Partner, Stratulat Albulescu spoke to Property Forum about the impact of the crisis in Ukraine on the CEE real estate market, but also about the bank financing environment for developments amid rising interest rates. The law firm is planning to boost the logistics segment in its portfolio and expand with a new office in Moldova.
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News How has the war damaged Ukraine’s retail industry?
21
Jul
2022

How has the war damaged Ukraine’s retail industry?

by Property Forum
The Ukrainian retail industry together with the rest of the country is going through one of the most alarming stages in its history. Shopping malls are increasingly becoming targets for enemy fire. It is difficult to estimate the financial losses caused by the Russian army as the situation is constantly changing. According to the Ukrainian Council of Shopping Centres (UCSC) the losses incurred by the shopping mall industry as a result of the aggression amount to $9.8 billion. This calculation includes direct and indirect losses, writes Katy Klyueva in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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News How are resi developers in Ukraine doing during the war?
13
Jul
2022

How are resi developers in Ukraine doing during the war?

by Property Forum
Currently, the primary residential real estate market in Ukraine is experiencing an increase in the cost of construction as the cost of materials and labour have increased several times. A large part of domestic producers of building materials cannot work because they have suffered losses of production capacity. Import substitution, which should fill the shortage of materials, is often not a solution because of the high costs and logistics problems. Iryna Nastych summarised the situation in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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News The market uncertainty should cease soon
11
Jul
2022

The market uncertainty should cease soon

by Michał Poręcki
Małgorzata Cieślak-Belgy, Chief Investment Officer at MNK Partners talked to Property Forum about the current attractiveness of Polish the property market among investors and the growing popularity of ESG-compliant buildings.
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News The buyer's market is returning quite rapidly in Poland’s resi sector
06
Jul
2022

The buyer's market is returning quite rapidly in Poland’s resi sector

by Michał Poręcki
Marcin Krasoń, a residential property expert at Obido.pl and Otodom.pl talked to Property Forum about the incoming slowdown in the residential market in Poland, the development of the PRS sector and the effects of rising inflation.
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News How’s Ukraine’s warehouse market functioning during the war?
03
Jul
2022

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

by Property Forum
The logistic real estate market of Ukraine has been seriously damaged during the military aggression on the part of the Russian Federation. Warehouses are subjected to targeted attacks, as they are regarded by the aggressor as strategic objects, providing logistics, delivery of food and essential goods. On the territory of the Kyiv region, warehouse and logistics complexes with a total area of about 382,000 square meters were destroyed, writes Iryna Nastych summarised the situation in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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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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Latest news


New leases

  • LCP Properties has finalised two further leases for M Park Pionki. The CCC shoe shop will occupy 400 sqm in the building, while the area of the Xtreme Fitness gym will reach 600 sqm.
  • Two more companies have become tenants of Diuna, part of the Warsaw office portfolio of Syrena Real Estate and PineBridge Benson Elliot. Intrum has leased nearly 370 sqm and Carrier Chłodnictwo about 500 sqm in the complex on Taśmowa Street. In addition, WDX has extended its lease for nearly 500 sqm of space.
  • Castorama has opened its 103rd shop in Poland. The outlet in the compact Smart concept is located in the Dekada shopping centre, at Armii Krajowej Street in Grójec. It is a 2,000-square-metre retail space, an outdoor garden zone and an assortment of around 15,000 off-the-shelf products.

New appointments

  • Hagag Development Europe has named Ana-Maria Nemțanu as Leasing Director. She has over 17 years’ worth of experience in the local real estate industry.
  • Emilia Dębowska has been promoted to the position of Head of Sustainability Europe of Panattoni. In her new role, she will be responsible for Panattoni’s integrated sustainable development strategy encompassing both the company’s business goals and the development of its projects in Europe for every country in which the developer is active.
  • Crosspoint Real Estate has appointed Oana Popescu as Partner. She has joined the Crosspoint team in the summer of 2017 and took over the lead of the residential department in 2022.

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