According to the latest research from Savills and its flexible office specialist Workthere, London City remains the most active flexible office market in Europe with the sector accounting for 13 percent of all office take-up in the first half of 2023. This is followed by Prague (8 percent), Amsterdam (6 percent), Madrid (5 percent), and Warsaw (4 percent).

Flex offices accounted for 4 percent of total European office take-up during the first half of this year, says the international real estate advisor.

“Across Warsaw, employers are looking for top locations and best-in-class space in order to attract talents and enhance office time. Especially newcomers are willing to bring people to the office and build the right culture. Amenities as well are key in driving this trend,” Thomas Jodar, Associate Director, Workthere Lead Poland, commented.


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