Summary in 2012 of the real estate market: Warsaw, Cracow, Wroclaw
However, a detailed analysis of the domestic office market enables us to make a bold statement: the Polish office real estate market largerly resisted the crisis. In this respect, it remained “a green island”, a place which was often chosen by investors.
Where can we find arguments to support this statement? It turns out that a high supply, a low vacancy rate and a strong interest of investors are the main tendencies which showed the mood on the commercial property market in Poland in 2012. Additionally, the attractiveness of Polish cities was confirmed by high positions in global rankings. They attracted a lot of foreign investors, who last year located their headquarters in the city on the Vistula.
Can we expect more from the relatively young office market in Poland? What are the forecasts for 2013? Will the tendency for high demand, rising supply and low vacancy rate continue?
To answer these questions and clear up other doubts concerning the office property market in 2012, our team has prepared the first of a kind publication — “Architecture–Transactions–Investments”. It includes an analysis of the office property market, opinions of experts, architectural trends in 2012 and an overview of completed and planned projects in Warsaw, Cracow and Wroclaw — the biggest cities in the office sector in Poland. An overview of projects is presented here according to their administrative division into districts.
We hope that the Polish office market will remain indifferent to the fluctuations of the global economies. And this is what we wish for ourselves and for you!
We invite you to take a look at the complete content of the publication. English version page 90
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