This is going to be another good year for the investment market. The Polish market is experiencing the interest of players from more and more exotic countries. Yet, investors are finding it increasingly difficult to find attractive products. Where and what properties should they look for?
Upcoming months’ perspective:
Vision of the future:
Where are you heading, industry? The sector is facing dynamic changes related to e-commerce. Most cities are saturated with retail space now. Few new facilities are being constructed, with developers focusing on adaptations, reconstructions and extensions.
Upcoming months’ perspective
Vision of the future
According to forecasts, 2015 will see growth of the Polish construction market by app. 7 pct. Contributors will be the new EU perspective, good condition of the residential sector and construction of office buildings. The years to follow also look optimistic with the government’s announcement of PLN 25bn to be spent on urban revitalisation by 2020.
Whereas retail centres are losing on e-commerce, warehouses are earning on it. Attractiveness of the segment has already won investors’ appreciation. New investments seem to confirm their commitment.
The hotel sector is enjoying increasing interest of investors and developers. While the former hope to find a hotel bargain due to the limited number of interesting opportunities in other segments, the latter hope that hotels may be a good way to advance because of office and retail space oversupply. Forecasts for this segment are good, but the impression that hoteliers are still waiting for their moment is irresistible.
The office market has been growing very dynamically for a few years now. Warsaw is nearing the threshold of 5m sqm. supply, whereas BPO is the main driver of new investments in regional cities. Apart from new office buildings, vacancy levels are also rising...
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