Antal's Business Environment Assessment Study analysed the business environments of Warsaw, Wrocław, Poznań, Łódź, Tri-City, Kraków, Szczecin and Lublin. Foreign investment in Polish cities is mainly dependent on their employment potential, infrastructure, availability of offices and the growth of local businesses. How well did Polish cities fare?
Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield presents commercial real estate investment volumes. Approximately EUR 754m was invested in Polish commercial property in the first quarter of 2019.
Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has summarized Poland’s regional city office markets in its latest report “MARKETBEAT – REGIONAL CITY OFFICE MARKETS IN Q1 2019”.
Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has carried out a survey into warehouse needs of e-commerce tenants, the first such project in Poland Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has conducted a pioneering survey among developers and leading logistics operators in Poland to gain a market insight and identify key trends in the segment of e-commerce tenants. ...
The pace of yield compression decelerated across Europe’s commercial real estate markets in the first quarter of 2019, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest DNA of Real Estate report.
Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has today published new research assessing 48 of the most suitable locations for global manufacturers to expand or relocate their operations in EMEA, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. While manufacturers’ individual requirements will vary, China performs strongly thanks to increasing Government investment in the adoption of technology, while the United States is most attractive for those seeking to minimise exposure to economic and political threats.
As shopping centre markets reach maturity in most European countries, there will be growing polarisation between successful prime schemes and struggling secondary sites which are having to diversify to survive, according to new research from Cushman & Wakefield.
The increased interest of global corporations in coworking spaces was a notable trend that impacted on the office markets of the four largest capital cities in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in 2018. The total flexible office stock of Budapest, Moscow, Prague and Warsaw stands at 286,000 sq m, accounting for approximately 1% of the combined office market of these cities (29.9 million sq m). Demand generated by coworking operators in 2018 made up 5% of the overall office take-up in the CEE capital cities.