by Bożena Kozłowska, senior consultant, research, Knight Frank
The total modern retail space in Poland amounts to 10.6 million m². Traditional shopping centres constitute majority of this volume. There are also two other formats of retail projects: retail parks and outlet centres.
by Magdalena Sobota, senior account manager, real estate expert at Grayling Poland
Poland remains one of the best-performing markets in the CEE region. A good macro-economic situation, falling unemployment, an uninterrupted flow of EU funds, low interest rates and developed markets continue to stimulate investors’ curiosity in Polish commercial properties and this is not likely to change in the upcoming months.
by Jarosław Pilch, associate director, head of tenant representation at Savills Office Agency
It’s hard to define a good formula for a suitable working space that will please every company. Currently, average leases are signed for around five years. No later than one year before the lease agreement expires, a tenant should consider the future of their office space.
by Aleksandra Krawsz, marketing & PR manager, Kinnarps Polska Sp. z o.o.
Recent changes in the way of thinking about office architecture allow for higher work efficiency in any company. Today, the office is a place that creates opportunities for employees to effectively implement various tasks, develop personally – and rest.
Before we ask ourselves about the future for leisure, we need to look to other countries which have developed a comprehensive offer, one that remains successful and profitable and hence can be deemed sustainable over the medium to long term.
by Tomasz Dyła, commercial real estate broker and managing partner, Vertigo Property Group.
The lease rent and other payments associated with the lease of a commercial office space constitute a significant part of costs incurred by a company. In the case of lease agreements, they also form long-term liabilities. Concluding a lease agreement therefore, although it undoubtedly offers a company many opportunities for development, may also pose certain risks.
by Kinga Raczak, biuroKR architectural practice, and Mateusz Szubel, Estera Przenzak and Wojciech Goryl, AGH University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Energy and Fuels
Poland has over 2,250 hotels, of which over 350 are premium class, four- and five-star hotels1. These facilities are built with the intention to satisfy the customer by offering comfortable, functional space and also excellent service.