Knight Frank managing Kliwer offices in Warsaw

Knight Frank has been appointed as the manager of the Kliwer office building in Warsaw, which is owned by Lighthouse Properties. The building is located near the Wilanowska subway stop in the Mokotów district of the Polish capital and comprises 6,400 sqm of leasable space. It is currently fully leas...

Knight Frank to commercialize MMG’s Łódź offices

Investor and developer Master Management Group (MMG) has appointed Knight Frank as the leasing agent for the office component of its Hi Piotrkowska 155 mixed-use project in downtown Łódź. The scheme will consist of three buildings (including a 19-floor tower that will be the tallest office building ...

Knight Frank to commercialize Poznań office scheme

Knight Frank has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for a new office project that a private investor plans to develop in the Old Town area of Poznań. Called Zielona 3, the planned scheme will comprise approximately 3,600 sqm of leasable space. Construction work on the development is sched...

Locked content Knight Frank and CBRE to work on leasing Koneser

Real estate developer Liebrecht & wooD has taken the decision to enter into a collaboration with real estate consultancies with respect to leasing retail space in the Centrum Praskie Koneser scheme. The Retail Department at CBRE and the Retail Agency at Knight Frank will be working together on c...

Regus launches operations in Lublin

Regus, a company specializing in subleasing flexible office space to companies, will open a new branch in Lublin, on ul. Zana 39/39A. The firm has signed a lease of 750 sqm in the complex, a reception and a business lounge, which it will start offering at the and of May 2015.

Warsaw Gen Y living above its means

Warsaw ranked 19th out of 20 cities included in the Generation Y Cost Of Living Index, which ranks cities in order of how much money young university graduates can put aside. The ranking was compiled by Knight Frank, a commercial and residential property consultancy.