Bouygues to launch a host of new projects in 2017

French residential developer Bouygues Immobilier Polska, the third largest developer in Warsaw in terms of apartments sales, is planning to start selling housing units in a total of twelve new projects in the Polish capital and Wrocław in 2017. The company hopes to reach an apartment sales level of ...
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Warsaw Spire wins in MIPIM Awards 2017 competition

Developer Ghelamco Poland has received the main award in the prestigious MIPIM Awards competition held during the MIPIM international property fair in Cannes, France for its flagship Warsaw Spire office project in the Polish capital. The scheme, which was the only Polish development to have been nom...
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Atal launches new residential project in Kraków

Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed developer Atal has launched sales of apartments in its Zbożowa 2A Apartamenty residential project in downtown Kraków. The scheme will offer 56 housing units that are scheduled for completion in the final quarter of next year. Kraków is the most important market for Atal,...
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Asian investors to remain active in CEE in 2017 – report

Capital coming from Asia, which last year accounted for 16 percent of the total real estate investment volume in Central and Eastern Europe, will continue to play a major role in the investment market in the region in 2017, with this year’s numbers likely to match or even exceed the 2016 figur...

Lionbridge to occupy all of Taifun office building in Warsaw

Lionbridge Poland, a company providing translation, online marketing, global content management and application testing solutions, has renewed and expanded its lease agreement in the Taifun office building in Warsaw. As a result of the agreement, the company, which was represented by JLL in the nego...