At the end of 2019, the total resource of flexible spaces in Poland exceeded 220,000 sqm. During the last 12 months of the year, approx. 52,000 sqm of flexible offices increased the total number. Kraków had the biggest jump, where the flex market almost doubled.

CBRE experts point out that this year will also be upward. According to preliminary estimates, as many as 42,000 sqm of flexible surfaces will be added, mainly in regions.

The top three operators of flexible office space in Poland include Regus, WeWork, and Business Link. These companies account for about half of the resources currently available on the market. The following places in the ranking include NewWork Offices, CitySpace, Rise, InOffice, Brain Embassy, ​​OmniOffice, and Solutions Rent.

“The flexible office space market will strengthen. At the moment, flexible areas account for approx. 2.6 percent of all office resources in our country. Nothing prevents this share from rising to around 5 percent in the coming years. Of course, it depends on many factors, including changes in the labor market. If the dynamics we are dealing with now persists, flexible office solutions will be an increasingly advantageous alternative,” Konrad Szaruga from CBRE emphasized.
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(WBJ)

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