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Romania Vaccination centre provided by Globalworth

Coronavirus
The Globalworth Foundation has provided the authorities in Bucharest with office space for a Covid vaccination centre.

The new centre is on the ground floor of the City Offices building and has a total area of 306 sqm, So far, the Globalworth Foundation has contributed around EUR 670,000 towards ten hospitals in Romania and Poland to equip intensive care units.

Now, more than ever, it is vital to stay focused and to assume an active role in minimising the spread of Covid-19 for the safety of our community. Vaccination is the only possibility for resuming normal economic and social conditions, and we know how badly it is needed.
Georgiana Iliescu, Globalworth Foundation Executive Director.

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schedule 24 March 2021
Eurobuild Conferences

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Investment & finance

ROMANIA One plans IPO

schedule 20 April 2021

Developer One United Properties is to sell its shares on the main market of the Bucharest Stock Exchange.

Warehouse & industrial

Schumacher drives into Panattoni park

schedule 20 April 2021

Schumacher Packaging has taken up 5,670 sqm in Panattoni Park Wrocław West Gate.

Public buildings

Skanska to build archive in Nowy Sącz

schedule 20 April 2021

Skanska has signed a deal with the National Archive in Kraków to build the country’s largest archive building in Nowy Sącz.

Office & mixed-use development

Hungary Trenkwalder finds its Balance

schedule 20 April 2021

International personnel services group Trenkwalder is to take up 1,000 sqm of offices in Balance Building, which forms part of Balance Office Park in Budapest.

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Polska Living on my own

schedule 20 April 2021
Eurobuild Conferences

The PRS market in Poland is still in its infancy, but a few pioneers have already laid solid foundations for its further development. In front of our very eyes, Poland is being turned into one of the PRS’s promised lands on the map of Europe.

Warehouse & industrial

POLAND Uniq lease for Hillwood Kutno

schedule 20 April 2021
Opr./edited by NN

Logistics company Uniq Logistic has leased almost 2,500 sqm of warehouse and office space in the Hillwood Kutno distribution centre in central Poland.

Land acquisitions

CZECH REPUBLIC HB Reavis sells Prague plot for “record” sum

schedule 20 April 2021
Nathan North
deputy editor

Slovakian real estate group HB Reavis has sold the site of the now demolished Transgas complex in central Prague to Czech developer PSN for CZK 870 mln (app. EUR 72 mln), which it claims is a record sum for such transactions.

Investment & finance

POLAND M7 buys Silesian Duo

schedule 20 April 2021
Nathan North
deputy editor

UK investment group M7 Real Estate has acquired two urban logistics parks for its M7 CEREF II Fund in Silesia from Polish industrial developer 7R.

Office & mixed-use development

ROMANIA 25-year lease signed for Iride Park building

schedule 20 April 2021
Nathan North
deputy editor

Provita Group has signed a 25-year lease to open an 11,000 sqm hospital in the Iride Park building in Bucharest, which is owned by Immofinanz.

Retail & leisure

Poland Retail soldiers on

schedule 19 April 2021

Despite Covid having had a major impact on the retail market, the first quarter of 2021, with a preliminary investment volume estimate of around EUR 190 mln, was the second strongest first quarter of a year since 2015, writes JLL in its latest retail report

Retail & leisure

Hungary Three stores for Spar

schedule 19 April 2021

Spar Hungary has opened a new store in Budapest and modernised two supermarkets: one in East-Budapest and one in Eger as part of its ongoing expansion programme.

Office & mixed-use development

POLAND Silesia’s tallest tower topped off

schedule 19 April 2021
Nathan North
deputy editor

The topping out ceremony has taken place for the .KTW II office building in Katowice, which at 133m in height is now the tallest building in the Silesian conurbation.

Warehouse & industrial

POLAND InPost to open 100,000 sqm of logistics hubs

schedule 19 April 2021
Nathan North
deputy editor

Polish courier service InPost is to open more than a dozen logistics hubs in Poland this year. This will add 100,000 sqm to its present floorspace in the country.

Office & mixed-use development

Romania Mendeleev Office 5 starts to fill

schedule 16 April 2021

Two new tenants have signed leases for space in the 4,500 sqm Mendeleev Office 5 office building in Bucharest.

Warehouse & industrial

Poland DSV Solutions expands in Panattoni Park Sosnowiec I

schedule 16 April 2021

Logistics operator DSV Solutions has renegotiated its lease in Panattoni Park Sosnowiec I and taken up an additional 2,750 sqm.

Office & mixed-use development

POLAND Maersk to enter 3T

schedule 16 April 2021

Transport and logistics firm Maersk Polska has leased 1,200 sqm in the 3T Office Park in Gdynia.

Warehouse & industrial

POLAND Vox in Segro Park Poznań, Gądki

schedule 16 April 2021

Interior design firm Vox has signed a lease for 7,700 sqm in Segro Logistics Park Poznań, Gądki.

Warehouse & industrial

CZECH REPUBLIC Sportisimo signs record mediated lease

schedule 16 April 2021
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deputy editor

Contera has started work on the Contera Park Ostrava D1 with the construction of a 90,000 sqm logistics complex for Czech sporting goods retailer Sportisimo.

Property and Facility Management

POLAND Colliers to manage Spark B

schedule 16 April 2021
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Colliers has been chosen to manage the Spark B office building in Warsaw’s Wola district by its Swedish owner Stena Fastigheter.

Latest in Coronavirus

schedule 30 March 2021

Vaccination centre provided by Globalworth

The Globalworth Foundation has provided the authorities in Bucharest with office space for a Covid vaccination centre.

schedule 24 June 2020

Employers in no rush to return to workplaces

Almost three quarters of employers plan to reintroduce their employees to their workplaces in phases rather than all at once, according to CBRE in its global survey on return-to-work strategies after the Covid-19 pandemic.

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

Polish RE lends an even greater hand to fight the pandemic

POLAND More companies have joined # Property4Heroes - the commercial real estate market's initiative to support hospital staff and ambulance crews across Poland. Each day the initiative delivers 1,150 meals to physicians, nurses, paramedics and support personnel.

schedule 07 May 2020

Panattoni to provide PLN 0.5 bln worth of medical supplies

POLAND Warehouse developer Panattoni has allocated PLN 500,000 to buy medical supplies for three Polish hospitals.

schedule 14 April 2020

Landlords underwhelmed by emergency relief

CEE REGION Preliminary CEE investment volumes for Q1 2020 amounted to app. EUR 3.7 bln, despite the onset of Covid-19 in the region in early March – according to Colliers International’s latest research report.

schedule 14 April 2020

Toyota prepares to reopen Polish plants

EUROPE Toyota Motor Corporation has announced the partial resumption of operations in its European manufacturing plants, which have been closed due to the coronavirus epidemic.

schedule 08 April 2020

AFI Braşov now to open in the autumn

ROMANIA AFI Europe Romania has announced that it is rescheduling the opening of its AFI Braşov shopping and entertainment centre due to the pandemic.

schedule 08 April 2020

Aleja opening postponed

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

schedule 07 April 2020

BPI opens virtual sales office

POLAND BPI Real Estate Polandis to introduce a virtual sales office for all of its Polish projects.

schedule 07 April 2020

Rent suspension in Sukcesja

POLAND Rent payments have been suspended for all tenants in the Sukcesja shopping centre in Łódź.

schedule 03 April 2020

Retailers join the fight

POLAND The Polish Trade and Distribution Organisation [POHiD], an association of retail chains, are to contribute PLN 15 mln to fight the coronavirus epidemic.

schedule 02 April 2020

Carrefour donates PLN 2 mln to fight pandemic

POLAND The Carrefour Foundation and Carrefour Polska are donating around PLN 2 mln to Polish hospitals for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

schedule 01 April 2020

Pay no rent in Sukcesja

POLAND The Sukcesja shopping centre owned by Fabryka Biznesu in Łódź has stopped collecting rents from its tenants.

schedule 31 March 2020

Government takes on board PRCH recommendations

POLAND The range of temporary trading restrictions in Polish retail buildings above 2,000 sqm imposed by the Ministry of Health has been clarified after consultations with the Polish Council of Shopping Centres [PRCH] and the Ministry of Development.

schedule 31 March 2020

Rent holiday for CCC and Ultro tenants

POLAND Dariusz Miłek, the president of footwear and accessories retailer CCC and Ultro Holding, the owner and manager of Cuprum Arena in Lubin and Korona in Kielce, has decided to cancel rent collections from tenants whose outlets have been forced to close during the Covid-19 emergency.

schedule 31 March 2020

Develia fears Covid-19 impact on business

POLAND Wrocław-based developer Develia (formerly LC Corp) has announced that the disruption caused by the pandemic could have a significant and potentially serious impact on the current operations of the company and its groups.

schedule 31 March 2020

Economies rebalance in wake of coronavirus

CEE REGION According to analysis by Colliers International all CEE economies this year are to decline or fall into recession as a result of the coronavirus.

schedule 30 March 2020

Movement and gatherings ban tightened further

POLAND The Polish government has introduced a new directive clarifying the restrictions on movement as part of its measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.

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