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Aleja opening postponed

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SLOVENIA The official opening of the Aleja shopping centre in Ljubljana’s Šiška district has been postponed.

SES Spar European Shopping Centers, the developer of the 32,000 sqm mall, had originally intended for the opening to take place on March 19th.

“The health and safety of all people – customers and employees alike – is always our top priority. This decision is both important and necessary and has been made in collaboration with those tenants that would have been allowed to open despite the Covid-19-related restrictions,” explains Marcus Wild, the CEO of SES Spar European Shopping Centers.

A new opening date will be announced some time in the future.

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Retail & leisure

Poland Retail still in the doldrums

schedule 22 January 2021
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Over the past twelve months, three lockdowns have changed Polish shopping habits and resulted in smaller retail outlets growing in popularity, claims JLL in its latest research.

Events

Poland Investment under pressure?

schedule 20 January 2021
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Office & mixed-use development

Poland Warsaw office stock almost at 6 mln sqm

schedule 22 January 2021
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At the end of Q4 2020, the total modern office stock in Warsaw came to 5.9 mln sqm according to figures compiled by the Polish Commercial Real Estate Chamber (PINK).

Office & mixed-use development

POLAND Skyliner set to welcome first tenants

schedule 22 January 2021
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The 195m-high Skyliner office tower in Warsaw has been issued with an occupancy permit.

Warehouse & industrial

POLAND Panattoni close to finishing first warehouse for OTCF

schedule 22 January 2021
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Panattoni is close to completing the first construction stage of a distribution warehouse for sports clothing and accessories manufacturer OTCF in Czeladź in Silesia.

Warehouse & industrial

Romania Mega Image in Chitila

schedule 21 January 2021
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Grocery operator Mega Image has moved into the Chitila Logistics Hub in Bucharest owned by Globalworth and Global Vision.

Warehouse & industrial

Poland Uniq moves to MLP Łódź

schedule 21 January 2021
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Uniq Logistic is to take up a total of over 17,000 sqm in two locations: Pruszków and Łódź.

Property and Facility Management

CEE REGION Skanska achieves Well Health-Safety for eight buildings

schedule 21 January 2021
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Skanska has obtained Well Health-Safety Ratings for eight office properties in Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic.

Warehouse & industrial

ROMANIA Carrefour renews huge lease at P3 Bucharest A1

schedule 21 January 2021
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Investment & finance

HUNGARY M7 acquires Laki Center for EUR 12.35 mln

schedule 20 January 2021
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Warehouse & industrial

POLAND Panattoni buys 8.2 ha for latest Warsaw park

schedule 20 January 2021
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Panattoni has bought an 8.2 ha site in Warsaw’s Annopol district for the development of City Logistics Warsaw IV, which will offer around 40,000 sqm.

Green projects

POLAND Warsaw Trade Tower now ‘Excellent’

schedule 20 January 2021
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Warsaw Trade Tower has been awarded a new BREEAM In-Use certificate with a rating of ‘Excellent’.

Public buildings

POLAND Erbud wins PLN 22.5 mln Mińsk Mazowiecki police HQ contract

schedule 20 January 2021
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Erbud has been awarded a PLN 22.5 mln net contract for the construction of the Mińsk Mazowiecki county police headquarters.

Investment & finance

Poland M4 and InPost team up

schedule 19 January 2021
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InPost has hired M4 Real Estate as consultants to advise on logistics property investments. 

Interior design

Poland Oracle offices now ready

schedule 19 January 2021
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Cushman & Wakefield, as the project manager, has completed the fit-out of a 3,500 sqm office for multinational IT company Oracle in the Warsaw Hub complex.

Property and Facility Management

Romania Cushman to manage Floreasca

schedule 19 January 2021
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Cushman & Wakefield Echinox has been appointed to manage the Floreasca Park office in the Floreasca – Barbu Văcărescu district in Bucharest.

Warehouse & industrial

POLAND Hopi hops into P3 Mszczonów

schedule 19 January 2021
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Office & mixed-use development

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schedule 19 January 2021
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Property and Facility Management

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schedule 18 January 2021
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CPI Property Group has sold a majority stake in its facility management division to another Czech company M2C.

Warehouse & industrial

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schedule 18 January 2021
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Latest in Coronavirus

schedule 24 June 2020

Employers in no rush to return to workplaces

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schedule 14 May 2020

Catella sees hope and chances for real estate after Covid-19

WORLD Real estate could actually benefit from the Covid-19 pandemic in the long run due its perception as a safe haven for investors, according to a report just published on the implications of the epidemic for the market by Swedish property consulting and fund management specialists Catella.

schedule 14 May 2020

Build Europe pushes post-coronavirus action plan

EUROPE Build Europe, an umbrella organisation for EU-based residential developers and constructors, has presented its recommendations for helping the sector in the EU emerge from the post-Covid19 economic crisis.

schedule 14 May 2020

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schedule 07 May 2020

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schedule 14 April 2020

Landlords underwhelmed by emergency relief

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schedule 14 April 2020

Toyota prepares to reopen Polish plants

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schedule 08 April 2020

AFI Braşov now to open in the autumn

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schedule 08 April 2020

Aleja opening postponed

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schedule 07 April 2020

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schedule 07 April 2020

Rent suspension in Sukcesja

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schedule 03 April 2020

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schedule 02 April 2020

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schedule 01 April 2020

Pay no rent in Sukcesja

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schedule 31 March 2020

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schedule 31 March 2020

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schedule 31 March 2020

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schedule 31 March 2020

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schedule 30 March 2020

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schedule 30 March 2020

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