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Investments in hotel real estate are slowly recovering

The volume of investment transactions recorded in the hotel sector on European markets in the first half of 2022, reached similar level to the last year's. The UK remains the most active market, followed...
John Palmer, Head of Industrial Investment, Savills Poland

European logistics real estate market

According to Savills, investment into the European logistics sector has again remained strong so far in 2022, reaching €14.3bn in the first quarter, following a record year in 2021. A shortage of prime stock...
Jakub Bartoszek, Director of Flexible Strategy Advisory at Colliers in Poland

Occupiers increasingly turn to flex solutions to support hybrid working

Analysis of 44 key office markets in EMEA showed a 155,000 sqm increase in the total amount of flex workspace, according to Colliers, Flexpansion 2021 report. This increase equates to 25,000 extra desks. Contributing...
Agnieszka Giermakowska Savills

Occupiers face tough leasing market despite European development at a five-year high, says Savills

Occupiers looking for quality workspace in Europe will face tough competition for the best space in the leasing market despite the most active period of new office construction in half a decade, Savills predicts. Newly...
Dawid Samoń, Analyst, Research, Savills Poland

Nearshoring as a consequence of Covid-19

The disruption associated with Covid-19 has challenged the resilience of manufacturing supply chains across the globe and is set to accelerate a trend towards regional supply chains and nearshoring. Poland is expected to be...

Rotterdam tops the list for port logistics investment

According to new data from Savills, Rotterdam is the most attractive port in Europe for logistics investment, coming in ahead of Barcelona, Valencia, Antwerp and Hamburg. Gdańsk, the largest seaport in Poland and one...
Wioleta Wojtczak, Head of Research at Savills Poland

Business uncertainty driving European occupiers to fringe locations, flexible offices and development opportunities

European office take up is forecast to reach 9.2 million sq m by the end of 2019, down marginally by 4% from 2018’s end year volume, according to Savills latest research. A shortage of...

Offices and Logistics the Main Engines of Growth in European Real Estate in 2018

Rental growth is accelerating across Europe with further yield compression Annualised European logistics rents grew to its highest rate in over a decade However, retail yields set to move out in over 40%...
Michał Stępień, Associate, Investment Department, Savills

6 trends for commercial real estate investment

According to Savills, offices in central business districts, residential, smart mixed-use, logistics, space as a service and the lack of prime assets are six of the main trends we will see in the European...
Warszawa_rondo Daszyńskiego

Warsaw in the spotlight – why here and why now?

Warsaw is experiencing growing demand for offices, absorption of new space, decreasing vacancy rates, and is expected to see rental growth and strong investment volumes. Next year, the city should further cement its dominant...
Michał Stepień, Associate, Investment, Savills Poland

Where are the next opportunities for Real Estate investors in Europe?

Existing assets, new developments and refurbishments continue to attract real estate investors in Europe, according to international real estate advisor Savills who  identifies major core and value-add opportunities across Europe. Lydia Brissy, Director, European...
Maciej Chmielewski

Demand for Industrial and Logistics Property Rose in 50% of EMEA Markets in 1H...

According to Colliers International’s EMEA Industrial & Logistics Hubs report, demand for industrial and warehouse property rose in 50% of EMEA markets in 1H 2018, driven by strong occupier sentiment, and despite challenges in...
Soren Rodian Olsen

Logistics Retains Sectoral Crown in Europe Due to Fundamentals

Demand for prime logistics drives strong rental growth (+0.6%) and yield compression (-14bps) in Q4 German office rents continue to grow led by Berlin and Frankfurt Retail rents down with clear polarisation between...
Mikołaj Niemczycki, Negotiator, Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield, Poland

London remains global capital for co-working spaces, ahead of New York

Demand for flexible workspace across the world saw record growth in 2017, according to the latest research from Cushman & Wakefield. The firm’s Co-working 2018 report reveals the extent to which the sector has evolved...
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Which streets attract the highest pedestrian traffic?

BNP Paribas Real Estate unveils its Pan-European footfall analysis, the first-ever study of the pedestrian traffic of the prime streets in 23 key cities Key facts and figures United Kingdom, Germany, Spain and France compete for...

Warsaw – office market of the future

Spectacular facilities that are currently under construction in Warsaw, will in a few years provide one of the most modern office bases in Europe. Urban progress that has taken place in Warsaw over the last...
HB Reavis Warsaw

Is Warsaw office market an alternative to London

How much can we gain from brexit? Will Poland be able to attract the global companies? How do we entice the investors? According to Walter Herz experts, in the nearest future our office market can...

Huge Growth in Urban Logistics Space Needed to Satisfy Online Deliveries

Cushman & Wakefield’s ‘Urban Space Model’ forecasts a 69% increase in parcel volume in Europe by 2021 London has by far the largest current space requirement in Europe (870,000 sq m) and this...
Renata Osiecka

Report: European Property Market Brief

The growth prospects for European investment market are good, in spite of the political turbulence and the uncertainty caused by Brexit and upcoming elections in Western European countries. The results of Poland and CEE...
Ian Worboys

P3 2017 expansion starts with €243 million Spanish portfolio acquisition

Pan-European logistics property investor-developer P3 has started its latest phase of expansion with the acquisition of a 322,500 m2 portfolio of 11 logistics and distribution warehouses in Spain from Gore Spain Holdings SOCIMI I,...

Polish companies becoming increasingly aware of cyber threats associated with AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used both for cyberattacks and for defending against them. According to a study by EY - "How Polish Companies...
Anna Głowacz, Head of Industrial Agency, AXI IMMO

Poland’s Industrial Market in 2023 – slower, but not weaker

After the very successful years of 2021 and 2022, known as the golden period of development of the industrial market in Poland, 2023 was...
Anna Głowacz, Head of Industrial Agency, AXI IMMO

Polish industrial market 2023 overview and outlook for 2024

Poland's industrial sector slowed in 2023, but the market hopes to rebound in 2024. After the peak of take-up and supply in the so-called...


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XTB shatters records in 2023 with a PLN 791.3 million profit...

312,000 new customers acquired in 2023, over 77,000 in Q4 alone A 51.0% increase in the number of active customers to 408,500 Q4...
Ben Laidler, eToro’s Global Market Strategist

The strange anatomy of global debt

DEBT: Global debt trends matter and the current levels are eye-poppingly high. However there are big differences across the segments of governments, companies, or...