Over 290,000 sqm of new retail space was completed across Poland in the first three quarters of this year, according to the latest report by JLL. This brought the country’s total existing retail stock to 14.5 million sqm and means that the Polish retail property market grew by almost 40% over the last decade. The largest cities account for as much as 69% of the newly delivered shopping center space, but this trend will soon be reversed with only 30% of the shopping center space in ongoing projects being built in the biggest agglomerations.

(Warsaw Business Journal)

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