Welcome back, retail!

Between the pandemic, the war, rising prices and increasingly frequent warnings of recession — these are the conditions in which the retail sector operated in the first quarter of 2022. The authors of the cyclical report from BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland point out, amo...
Warsaw offices in Q1 2022

Office Warsaw faces major challenges: deteriorating macroeconomic indicators, rising construction and utility costs, and upward pressure on rents and service charges. In addition, there are delays resulting from broken supply chains, the spectre of a supply gap and a str...
Promotions at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland

The first quarter of the year in BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland was marked by internal promotions. A total of 9 commercial real estate experts who advise clients on a daily basis, working in office, industrial and logistics leasing departments, as well as in property man...
A new Head of Industrial & Logistics at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland

The consultancy company in the commercial real estate market has been consistently strengthening and expanding its industrial and logistics team for several years. In mid-February, Tomasz Arent took over management of the department. The new director replaced Igor Rogusk...
Poland stands for warehousing

The warehouse and logistics space sector in Poland maintained its high growth rate in 2021. The results included, among others, record amounts of new space delivered to the market, a record number of square metres under construction, as well as a record demand. Summing u...
Flexibility is key to Warsaw’s offices. And not only Warsaw

Experts from the consulting company BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland summed up the final quarter of 2021, regarding office space in Warsaw. The market closed the year with 325,000 sqm of new modern space, but vacancy rate are increasing, and an escalation in contract renew...
Retail on the recovery route

 In the past twelve months, retail properties have tried to make up for the challenges faced in the first year of the pandemic. Summarizing 2021 for the modern retail space sector, experts from BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland pointed to several key phenomena regarding the...
Regions building at breakneck speed, well over 700,000 sqm are under construction.

According to a report published by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, around 715,000 sqm of modern office space was under construction within Poland’s eight largest markets at the end of 2021. Experts also note the further strengthening of the hybrid work model, the increas...
A busy end-of-year for investments

Over €5.7 billion - this is how much investors spent on commercial real estate in Poland throughout 2021, of which in the last quarter alone, the amount attained over €2.2 billion. The latest report prepared by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland indicates that the past year ...
The regional offices will have a lot of work ahead

The first quarter of the year was another very demanding time for the regional office markets. They have been confronted with exactly the same challenges as the Warsaw’s office market – increasing maintenance costs, higher rents’ perspective, more expensive and longer fi...
Welcome back, retail!

Between the pandemic, the war, rising prices and increasingly frequent warnings of recession — these are the conditions in which the retail sector operated in the first quarter of 2022. The authors of the cyclical report from BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland point out, amo...
Warsaw offices in Q1 2022

Office Warsaw faces major challenges: deteriorating macroeconomic indicators, rising construction and utility costs, and upward pressure on rents and service charges. In addition, there are delays resulting from broken supply chains, the spectre of a supply gap and a str...
Promotions at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland

The first quarter of the year in BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland was marked by internal promotions. A total of 9 commercial real estate experts who advise clients on a daily basis, working in office, industrial and logistics leasing departments, as well as in property man...
A new Head of Industrial & Logistics at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland

The consultancy company in the commercial real estate market has been consistently strengthening and expanding its industrial and logistics team for several years. In mid-February, Tomasz Arent took over management of the department. The new director replaced Igor Rogusk...
Poland stands for warehousing

The warehouse and logistics space sector in Poland maintained its high growth rate in 2021. The results included, among others, record amounts of new space delivered to the market, a record number of square metres under construction, as well as a record demand. Summing u...
Flexibility is key to Warsaw’s offices. And not only Warsaw

Experts from the consulting company BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland summed up the final quarter of 2021, regarding office space in Warsaw. The market closed the year with 325,000 sqm of new modern space, but vacancy rate are increasing, and an escalation in contract renew...
Retail on the recovery route

 In the past twelve months, retail properties have tried to make up for the challenges faced in the first year of the pandemic. Summarizing 2021 for the modern retail space sector, experts from BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland pointed to several key phenomena regarding the...
Regions building at breakneck speed, well over 700,000 sqm are under construction.

According to a report published by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, around 715,000 sqm of modern office space was under construction within Poland’s eight largest markets at the end of 2021. Experts also note the further strengthening of the hybrid work model, the increas...
A busy end-of-year for investments

Over €5.7 billion - this is how much investors spent on commercial real estate in Poland throughout 2021, of which in the last quarter alone, the amount attained over €2.2 billion. The latest report prepared by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland indicates that the past year ...
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