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Hanza Tower in Szczecin under construction again

After a four-year break, Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed developer J.W. Construction has re-launched construction work on its Hanza Tower mixed-use project in Szczecin in north-western Poland. The 30-floor scheme, which will be the tallest building in this part of the country, is now scheduled to be co...

Dom Development trumpets record Q1 apartment sales

Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed residential developer Dom Development sold 806 apartments in the first quarter of 2017, a 31 percent increase upon the number of units it offloaded in the same period last year, according to preliminary data published by the company on Tuesday. This is the best Q1 sales ...
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Carrefour supermarket to open in Galeria Olimp in Lublin

Retailer Carrefour Polska has leased 2,200 sqm of retail space in the Galeria Olimp shopping center in Lublin, which is owned and managed by local company PHUT Transhurt. Colliers International brokered the transaction, representing the landlord in the lease negotiations. “The Carrefour supermarket ...

Bydgoszcz/Toruń and Szczecin industrial markets booming

Developing warehouse markets: the Bydgoszcz/Toruń area and Szczecin have seen a surge in tenant activity in 2016, according to the data compiled by Colliers International. The level of demand in the Bydgoszcz and Toruń market was nearly twice as high as in 2015 – 131,000 sqm was leased within 44 agr...

Dekada shopping center opens for business in Ciechanów

Developer Dekada has opened its eleventh Dekada-branded convenience shopping center project, which is located in Ciechanów and is integrated with the city’s bus station. The scheme offers 2,200 sqm of leasable space, with its largest tenants including RTV Euro AGD, Smyk, Martes Sport and Rossm...

Warsaw 78th most expensive office location

Warsaw ranked 78th in the most expensive office locations ranking, after a 2.1 percent drop in rents over the past year, according to a report prepared by CBRE. The ranking was topped by Hong Kong, Beijing, London and New York. Belfast, with a 25 percent increase in office year y/y was the city with...