The interest of foreign investors results from the fact that the Polish commercial property market as one of few markets of the East-Central Europe, which coped with the crisis. In an interview with “Rzeczpospolita” Cushman & Wakefield, indicate at the activity of investment funds throughout Europe, which also increased.
According to “Rzeczpospolita” the value of the foreign investments in the commercial property market reached 618 m (I quarter 2011). Almost 80 per cent of this value was investments in office space. In addition, the combined value of the planned in the nearest future sales of office buildings will surpass 100 m Euro.
Warsaw turned to be the most attractive location in Poland and East-Central Europe. The factor determining the popularity of the capital city is the lower than in the rest of capitals investment risk, improving economic situation in the country, liquidity of the commercial property market and the predicted increase in rents in office buildings.