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04.05.2014

Properties Warsaw: Skanska to launch Atrium 2 office project in Warsaw

At the beginning of May, Skanska will begin construction of Atrium 2 - a modern, green office building located next to the ONZ roundabout in Warsaw. It is Skanska’s next project in this prestigious location, providing good exposure for the company.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


25.04.2014

Properties Warsaw: A skyscraper with height of 190 m will grow in Warsaw's Wola


In Warsaw in Wola district, at the intersection of Prosta and Towarowa streets is going to be built another office building. Design studio APA Wojciechowski praised with the new project - a skyscraper is going to be 190 feet high.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


17.04.2014

Properties Warsaw: The first phase of the complex of Gdanski Business Center at finish


Gdansk Business Center is an office complex consisting of two buildings: sixteen-storey building A and a nine-storey building B. Currently, building B is already completed, while in the building A there are last finishing works. The planned completion date into the hands of the first tenants is July 2014.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/



13.04.2014

Properties Warsaw: IVG proposes a new division of the Warsaw Śródmieście

IVG, the owner of IVG Warsaw Fund, which in the past 3 years has invested in 7 office buildings in the Warsaw center more than 200 million euros, has developed the country's first commercial distribution of Śródmieście on 7 commercial areas. The market of office area in Warsaw has matured in the last 25 years, and its diversity requires new depth to define zones of potential investments.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


08.04.2014

Properties Warsaw:
Construction of ArtNorblin still unresolved

The investor of the project ArtNorblin in Warsaw, the company Capital Park, denies the information that on 3rd April the City Council passed a zoning plan for the area of Żelazna Street.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


31.03.2014

Properties Warsaw: HB Reavis is preparing the construction of a skyscraper in the center of Warsaw

HB Reavis received building conditions for the property at the intersection of Jana Pawła II and Chmielna in Warsaw. The company is in talks with partners on the shape of the planned investment. At this point, may arise an office complex with a skyscraper of height of 140 meters and a total area of 100 thousand sqm.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


21.03.2013

Properties Warsaw: Neinver starts the extension of Factory Warszawa Ursus

The first outlet centre in Poland - FACTORY Warszawa Ursus - will gain another 6,000 m2 of retail space. In modern interiors, 30 additional shops of popular brands will be opened - all offering their products at prices always 30% to 70% lower than regular. The extension coincides with the modernisation of road infrastructure around the facility. A larger car park will also be constructed.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


14.03.2013

Properties Warsaw: Hyatt resigns from Poland and Warsaw

On 20th March from the only in Poland hotel Hyatt will disappear logo. At this point we do not know who will be the new operator of the Warsaw facility.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


07.03.2014

Properties Warsaw: Griffin bought the Jupiter Centre. In plans a retail-office complex

Warsaw shopping center Jupiter at street Towarowa 22 changed the owner. Object with an area of 2.5 hectares bought Griffin Group from Spanish Catalunya Banc S.A.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


10.02.2014 Properties Warsaw news

Properties Warsaw: Family Likus wants to build hotels in Warsaw

Family Likus wants to introduce their hotel business to Warsaw. The first investment will be created within the redevelopment of the former hotel Warszawa. - The investment is complicated by the construction of the subway, but we hope that soon we will have access to the facility and begin its implementation - says Wiesław Likus.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


05.02.2014  Properties Warsaw news
 
Properties Warsaw: What's in store for office?

Properties Warsaw: As stock continues to increase, rents will likely yield under pressure and open a number of opportunities for tenants After a year of major completions and downward rent pressure, Poland’s capital is expected to see a further decline in office rent rates over the next two years, by nearly 2 percent, according to a recent report prepared by Cushman & Wakefield.

source: http://www.wbj.pl


26.01.2014 Properties Warsaw news

Properties Warsaw: BBI Development has willing for New Union Square in Warsaw

Properties Warsaw: Interesting news for Warsaw properties market. BBI Development has willing to buy New Union Square, a commercial-office building in Warsaw. The sale will take place this year - said in an interview with PAP Michał Skotnicki, president of BBI Development.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl/


23.01.2014 Properties Warsaw news

Properties Warsaw: Ghelamco to build a new station Dworzec Gdański

Properties Warsaw: The news is goof for Warsaw property market. Developer company Ghelamco will build a new station Dworzec Gdański and office buildings around it. The winning project involves quite a revolutionary solution - part of the complex is to be built over the railway.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl


16.01.2014 Properties Warsaw news

Properties Warsaw: JW to open a new hotel in Warsaw?

Properties Warsaw: J. W. Construction intends to develop the hotel segment. In addition to previously announced hotel project in Stara Dana in Szczecin, it wants to build the aparthotel at Kasprzaka street in Warsaw - informed PAP Józef Wojciechowski, chairman of board and owner of the company.

source: http://www.propertynews.pl


12.01.2014 Properties Warsaw news

Properties Warsaw: Foreign funds look to invest in Polish residential properties

Properties Warsaw: What might be important for properties warsaw market. Large foreign investment funds plan to invest in apartments for rent in Poland, according to report by real estate consultancy REAS. Paweł Sztejter from the firm told Gazeta Wyborcza that these would probably mostly be German funds. He did not disclose any fund names.

The REAS report, prepared with CMS Cameron McKenna and PwC, states that investing in residential properties with apartments for rent has become popular again in Western Europe.

In countries west of Poland, apartments for rent under commercial rules stand for 49 percent of all residential real estate. In Poland, they stand for only 3 percent. The report shows that young Poles are becoming less focused on owning their homes. Instead, they look for mobility and want to be free to dispose of their money.

source: http://www.wbj.pl/

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