Warehouse space increased by 2 mln sqm y/y – CBRE

The total amount of warehouse space in Poland is almost 15 million sqm (up by 2 million sqm y/y), which means that Poland has twice as much space as the Czech Republic and six times more than Slovakia, according to the CBRE report “Market View: Polish industrial and logistics market after Q3 2...

Consumer spending will grow on average by 3% y/y in 5 years

Consumer spending is systematically growing: an average increase of 3 percent y/y is expected in the next five years. Over the next 12 years, the market should grow at the same or even faster pace and retail sales will become more interactive, both offline and online, according to CBRE report.

Locked content More than 5 mln sqm office area by end of 2018 – CBRE

Office area in the cities may exceed 5 million sqm by the end of 2018 versus 4.6 million sqm at the end of H1, CBRE reported. The office area can grow by 12 percent y/y in 2018, it stated. Dynamic development of the regional office market is expected at least until the end of 2020.  In the… ...

CBRE to help investors buy alternative assets

In response to the growing investor interest in so-called alternative assets in Poland, CBRE has decided to expand the range of services provided by its capital markets team. The company has appointed Paweł Rudiak as a senior consultant who will support the team in advising investors looking for suc...

Optimism prevails in logistic sector – report

Providers and users of logistics services in Poland remain optimistic about the prospects for the industry in the near future, according to the Poland Logistics Confidence Index 2017 report prepared by commercial real estate services firm CBRE and warehouse and industrial space developer Panattoni E...

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...