Polish commercial real-estate market rises by 30% y/y to EUR 1.4bn in H1 of 2014

By bne IntelliNews August 12, 2014

The value of transactions on the Polish commercial real-estate market increased by around 30% y/y to reach EUR 1.4bn in H1 of 2014, according to a report by the sector's advisory Knight Frank.

In Q2 alone, deals totalling EUR 496.5mn were recorded, with 44% of that value noted in the warehouses segment, followed by office space with a 41% share.

At the same time, Q2 saw low activity in the retail segment - with the exception of Galeria Mazovia's purchase for around EUR 70mn by CBRE Global Investors. 

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