by Beata Socha
Poland is one of few countries where pension funds cannot invest in real estate directly, much to the chagrin of their managers, and pensioners
Poles are not particularly outdoorsy people. It’s hard to blame them given that up to seven months a year, temperatures drop below freezing. Yet they do love the shopping experience and are no strangers even to outdoor shopping. Even in the cold of winter, Varsovians flock to the capital’s top meeti...
2014 will be a year of outlet centers. In addition to the existing 10 in major regional cities, three new will open soon, all located in Poland’s eastern cities. But is the current rate of development wise?
The volume of real estate transactions stood at €3.4 billion in 2013, the highest figure since before the crisis. The score may be hard to repeat
Interview with Robert Dobrzycki, managing partner of Panattoni Europe
Warsaw’s office stock is set to grow by 600,000 sqm by the end of 2016, half of which will be erected in the very center of the city. Add to that the increasingly pronounced trend of tenants favoring the more flexible and spacious offices outside the capital’s center. Is the 3-4 percent ...
Interview with Joanna Kowalska-Szymczak, investment director at Kulczyk Silverstein Properties
Nearly €1 billion worth of real estate assets were sold in the first quarter in Poland. Prime assets, albeit increasingly scarce, are still in demand, but investors are also looking elsewhere