Scarcity of new office space and lease renegotiations - Warsaw's office space market in the third quarter of 2023

As revealed in the latest periodic report by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, titled "At a Glance - third quarter in Warsaw's office market," the analyzed period has witnessed only marginal growth in office space. The constrained supply presents a formidable challenge to ...
Trade in good shape: Vanishing vacancies and new retail space

The increase in turnover and in footfall indicates that Poles have permanently returned to shopping centers. At the same time, we are witnessing further development of retail parks, convenience centers, and mixed-used facilities in line with the concept of the 15-minute ...
OFFICE DEVELOPERS AND TENANTS REMAIN CAUTIOUS

Leasing activity in Poland’s regional city office markets remained stable in the April to June period while developers continued to exhibit caution with regard to commencing new projects. With service charges being high, focus is shifting towards office upgrades and work...
POLISH CRE INVESTMENT REMAINS UNDER PRESSURE FROM GLOBAL MONETARY POLICY

Between January and June 2023, investors spent more than EUR 800 million on Polish commercial real estate - four times less than a year ago. Investment volumes in the second quarter remained under strong pressure from interest rate hikes and rising treasury bond yields a...
A good Q2 2023 for the office sector in Warsaw

– “At A Glance – Warsaw Office Market Q2 2023”
BNP PARIBAS REIM PRESENTS ITS OUTLOOK OF THE EUROPEAN PROPERTY MARKET

In this seventh edition, “The Lighthouse H2 2023 – European Property Market Outlook”, BNP Paribas REIM presents its outlook for the European real estate market using its in-house forecasts, analysis and the expertise of its local teams. Here BNP Paribas REIM defines its ...
Spring is in the air for retail real estate

The first quarter of 2023 on the Polish retail property market was overshadowed by inflation. It saw substantial new retail space supply come on stream, new brands enter the market and the revamped Fort Wola shopping centre reopen in Warsaw. Meanwhile, landlords continue...
Investment market as a reflection of the economic situation

As expected, financing constraints and economic uncertainty saw the Polish commercial real estate market underperform in early 2023. However, some investment funds were out hunting and analysing value-add opportunities as the industrial and logistics sector made a strong...
Offices in Europe: decorrelation between occupier and investment markets

Office take-up back to historical levels in 2022. After a promising end to 2021, recovery was confirmed for the European office market in 2022: occupiers' growing demand for sustainable buildings that address CSR issues and offer facilities adapted to hybrid work styles ...
The transaction volume results for the third quarter of 2023 elicit optimism for a resurgence in growth, yet it is too soon to celebrate

Despite the ascent in capitalization rates and prevailing global uncertainties, investors have executed agreements exceeding 741 million euros—a figure surpassing fourfold that of the preceding quarter in 2023. The propelling force in the market remains industrial and lo...
Scarcity of new office space and lease renegotiations - Warsaw's office space market in the third quarter of 2023

As revealed in the latest periodic report by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, titled "At a Glance - third quarter in Warsaw's office market," the analyzed period has witnessed only marginal growth in office space. The constrained supply presents a formidable challenge to ...
Trade in good shape: Vanishing vacancies and new retail space

The increase in turnover and in footfall indicates that Poles have permanently returned to shopping centers. At the same time, we are witnessing further development of retail parks, convenience centers, and mixed-used facilities in line with the concept of the 15-minute ...
OFFICE DEVELOPERS AND TENANTS REMAIN CAUTIOUS

Leasing activity in Poland’s regional city office markets remained stable in the April to June period while developers continued to exhibit caution with regard to commencing new projects. With service charges being high, focus is shifting towards office upgrades and work...
POLISH CRE INVESTMENT REMAINS UNDER PRESSURE FROM GLOBAL MONETARY POLICY

Between January and June 2023, investors spent more than EUR 800 million on Polish commercial real estate - four times less than a year ago. Investment volumes in the second quarter remained under strong pressure from interest rate hikes and rising treasury bond yields a...
A good Q2 2023 for the office sector in Warsaw

– “At A Glance – Warsaw Office Market Q2 2023”
BNP PARIBAS REIM PRESENTS ITS OUTLOOK OF THE EUROPEAN PROPERTY MARKET

In this seventh edition, “The Lighthouse H2 2023 – European Property Market Outlook”, BNP Paribas REIM presents its outlook for the European real estate market using its in-house forecasts, analysis and the expertise of its local teams. Here BNP Paribas REIM defines its ...
Spring is in the air for retail real estate

The first quarter of 2023 on the Polish retail property market was overshadowed by inflation. It saw substantial new retail space supply come on stream, new brands enter the market and the revamped Fort Wola shopping centre reopen in Warsaw. Meanwhile, landlords continue...
Investment market as a reflection of the economic situation

As expected, financing constraints and economic uncertainty saw the Polish commercial real estate market underperform in early 2023. However, some investment funds were out hunting and analysing value-add opportunities as the industrial and logistics sector made a strong...
Offices in Europe: decorrelation between occupier and investment markets

Office take-up back to historical levels in 2022. After a promising end to 2021, recovery was confirmed for the European office market in 2022: occupiers' growing demand for sustainable buildings that address CSR issues and offer facilities adapted to hybrid work styles ...
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