Locked content Eurostat: 93% satisfied with life in Warsaw

As much as 93 percent of Warsaw’s inhabitants are satisfied with life in the capital, according to a data release from the EU statistics office Eurostat. The figure has inched up by 3 percent since 2012. The analysis of the quality of life was based on 9 main parameters: material living condit...

Locked content C&W: Warsaw office stock up by 350,000 sqm in H1

Sixteen office buildings comprising a combined 350,000 sqm were completed in Warsaw in H1 2016, bringing the total modern office stock in the city up to almost 5 million sqm, according to a recent report by Cushman & Wakefield. Approximately 100,000 sqm is scheduled for completion in H2 2016, wh...

Locked content The Economist Liveability Ranking: Warsaw ranked 65th

According to the latest findings of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Ranking which provides scores for lifestyle challenges in 140 cities worldwide, Warsaw is the 65th city in terms of livability. The top-scoring cities ranked highly across five broad categories – stability...

Locked content Office vacancy exceeds 14% in Warsaw – PORF

The vacancy rate in Warsaw increased by 1.8 percentage points between January and March 2016 (and 1.1 percent in year-on-year terms), to 14.1 percent. This translates into nearly 672,000 sqm of vacant space. The rate was slightly higher in central locations (14.2 percent) than outside the center (14...

Locked content Four bidders for construction of boulevard in Warsaw

Warsaw’s Vice President Michał Olszewski has announced that Skanska, Strabag, Warbud, IDS-BUD and Mostostal have made an offer for the construction of boulevards in Warsaw. The project’s deadline is autumn 2017. The boulevards will probably be ready before the summer season. The selected...

Locked content Second metro line anniversary

The second metro line was launched in Warsaw on March 8, 2015. “During this year, it was used by 35 million people, ” Warsaw Metro reports. On average, 110,000 people ride the second line’s stations every day. It took around 5 years from the date of signing the contract to build th...

Locked content Orange to sell 37 properties in Warsaw for PLN 250 million

Telecommunications firm Orange Polska is planning to sell 37 properties in Warsaw, Gazeta Wyborcza reports. The vast majority of these properties are unused assets left over from Orange’s acquisition of Telekomunikacja Polska SA. These properties vary greatly in nature, from singular buildings...

Locked content Ghelamco to develop office scheme near Warsaw Spire

Property developer Ghelamco will carry out another office scheme in Warsaw, Wronia 31 will be located next to Warsaw Spire. Construction work on the new office scheme in the Wola district of Warsaw, at Europejski Square has already started.  The 15-storey Wronia 31 will feature 16,000 sqm of GLA. It...