Specjał Group expands its wholesale networkSPECJAŁ has opened a new wholesale branch, its sixteenth, in Panattoni Park Lublin. It has also decided to relocate one of its branches to Panattoni Park Warszawa Konotopa II. The tenant was represented in the transactions by real estate advisory firm Cresa.
Cresa has updated its mapReal estate advisory firm Cresa has updated its widely acclaimed “Warehouse and Industrial Map of Poland”, which is a guide to the Polish logistics market and a must-read for all tenants and investors. The publication is the latest and most up-to-date report on the market. It presents the geographical locations of warehouse facilities and the existing and planned road infrastructure across Poland.
Cresa Acquires PSGCresa, the world’s largest occupier-centric commercial real estate firm, today announced it has completed the acquisition of Portfolio Solutions Group (PSG), a full service lease administration, accounting and abstracting services company. It will be renamed Cresa Lease Administration (CLA). Jeffrey Tosello, managing partner and founder, and Meredith Kern, partner, will remain at the helm of CLA, reporting to Jim Underhill, CEO, Cresa.
Medium-sized cities to benefit from the shared services growthThe BPO/SSC sector is opening up to new cities. Such locations as Bydgoszcz, Rzeszów, Kielce, Gorzów and Opole are increasingly coming on global corporate radars.
With your head above the clouds2021 will see completion of Varso Tower near the Central Railway Station in Warsaw - it will be both Poland’s and the EU’s tallest building measuring 310 metres (including its spire). By comparison, with 237 metres in total height the Palace of Culture and Science is today the tallest building in Poland. Varso Tower will deliver more than 66,000 sqm of modern office space.
Polish industrial market proves resilient to the global economic turbulenceIn 2018, Poland joined the group of 25 most developed economies in the world*. In this context, last year’s data from the warehouse and industrial market are a confirmation that Poland fully deserved its upgrade, says Tom Listowski, Partner, Head of Industrial & Warehouse, CEE, Cresa, in the firm’s latest report “Occupier Insight: Industrial and Warehouse Market in Poland”.
Investors look for interesting retail properties in PolandIn 2018, retail investment volume reached a record high of EUR 2.5bn. Retail was the second most sought-after sector after offices, accounting for 34% of all investment activity in Poland. Paweł Nowakowski, Head of Capital Markets at Cresa Poland, predicts in the latest “Retail Occupier Economics” report that this year may be equally good for Poland.
Retail market trends in PolandReal estate advisory firm Cresa has prepared its latest report “Retail Occupier Economics” on the condition of the Polish retail market with data on retail stock by format and location, planned supply, retail space saturation rates, retail sales growth, new brands on the market and investor interest in the sector.
The big three of Polish outsourcingWarsaw, Krakow and Wrocław offer access to large pools of high-skilled professionals, modern office space and suitable infrastructure. They compete for shared services centres not only with other Polish cities, but also with large urban areas worldwide.
Cresa represents Ten Square Games at City Forum in WrocławTen Square Games, a mobile game developer, has leased 1,800 sqm of office space at City Forum, an office complex owned by Archicom S.A. The tenant was represented by real estate advisory firm Cresa.
Another good year for the warehouse market on the horizonPoland’s warehouse market is set to maintain a strong momentum this year, driven by robust occupier interest with demand outstripping supply for many months and the economy powering ahead.