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The Global Investment Atlas tracks the global real estate market activity from 2018 and anticipates future market trends for the year ahead.
Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield summarises the Poznań office market at year-end 2018.
At the end of 2018, Poznań’s total office stock amounted to 479,100 sq m. Six projects completed in the last twelve months delivered 21,200 sq m of new office space. The largest completions included buildings IV and V of the Pixel complex: 8,850 and 8,950 sq m, respectively. Office take-up hit 70,400 sq m, which represented a 10% y/y decrease. Key lease transactions comprised the 14,750 sq m renegotiation and expansion by Santander Bank Polska at Poznań Business Garden, a deal signed for 10,300 sq m at a Nowy Rynek building and Carlsberg’s 3,950 sq m renegotiation at Nowe Garbary.
Summary of the Katowice office market at the end of 2018.
At the end of 2018, the total office stock of Katowice, Poland’s fifth largest office market, stood at 519,300 sq m. Last year’s new supply amounted to 50,800 sq m (+218% y/y) delivered across ten office projects, the biggest completions being .KTW (18,200 sq m), Silesia Business Park IV (10,700 sq m) and GPP Business Park IV – Bloch (7,500 sq m). Another 52,000 sq m of office space is expected to be constructed at seven new office schemes in the coming 12 months, say experts of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.
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