C&W: Real-estate investments in Poland rise by 8% to EUR 2.8bn in 2012.

By bne IntelliNews January 11, 2013
Poland attracted EUR 2.80bn of investments in commercial real-estate in 2012, an increase of 8% y/y, according to the data of advisory Cushman & Wakefield. In Q4 alone, Poland delivered a strong Q4 performance with EUR 1.63bn transacted, reinforcing its dominance as the key destination for capital in the Central European region. Overall, EUR 3.71bn was invested in the core CE markets in 2012, accounting for just 59% of the previous year's record EUR 6.29bn, but some 25% ahead of 2010. Charles Taylor, partner at Cushman & Wakefield said that the firm now sees continuing momentum in Poland and expects activity to step up in the Czech Republic. C&W forecasts volumes in the region to be marginally ahead in 2013, with Poland continuing to be the clear favourite.

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