Austrian real estate investor S Immo has announced a partial takeover bid for its local rival Immofinanz in response to a bid for the latter announced late last week by Czech investor CPI Property Group.
Swedish investor Niam has sold the Axis and Kapelanka 42A office buildings in Kraków to Denver-based Corum Real Estate for an undisclosed sum.
Chariot Group has sold the M1 Marki shopping centre on Warsaw’s northeastern outskirts to South African investor Redefine Europe for an undisclosed sum.
The Focus Estate Fund has sold two of its retail properties in the Czech Republic to DRFG investment group for an undisclosed price.
International propane distributor AmeriGas and a confidential media research company have both signed leases in the Forest development in Warsaw for a combined area of 5,700 sqm.
A number of changes have been made to Eurobuild’s editorial team, taking effect from December 1st. Anna Korólczyk-Lewandowska has been promoted to the position of deputy editor-in-chief, while Julia Cudowska has joined the team of journalists.
Panattoni has laid the cornerstone for a facility for FM Logistic in Panattoni Park Głogów in Lower Silesia, which is to be used for services for pet store chain Maxi Zoo.
Two new tenants have been secured for the Skyliner office tower in Warsaw – DXC Technology and Luxoft, which will together occupy 5,000 sqm.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is extending a loan of up to EUR 25 mln to Erste Bank Serbia to support the resilience of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Erbud has announced a PLN 52.8 mln contract with Polish Export Trade & Investment to build three residential buildings in Warsaw’s Praga-Południe district.
Brain Park, an office complex being developed by Echo Investment in Kraków, is to become the new headquarters of PepsiCo GBS Kraków.
German developer Trei Real Estate has received a EUR 27.5 mln loan from Polish bank Pekao to finance it residential developments and the expansion of its Vendo Park retail park network in Poland.
Finnish real estate fund Titanium, which has just entered the Baltics, has made its first investment in Latvia by acquiring the Ozols shopping centre in Riga for an undisclosed sum.
Capital Park Group has completed the conversion of the Norblin Factory site in Warsaw.
Office development has slowed down due to property market uncertainty. In the meantime, employees have returned to offices and companies have resumed relocations.
Medicover has prolonged its lease in Quattro Business Park in Kraków and increased the area it occupies to over 1,100 sqm.
Czech industrial investor Accolade Group is continuing the expansion of its portfolio in western Poland by launching a new warehousing park in Jelenia Góra in Lower Silesia and expanding its existing park in Goleniów near Szczecin.
Czech supermarket chain Billa has leased 10,656 sqm of warehousing in P3 Horní Počernice in Prague 20.
Slovakian cyber-security specialist ESET has unveiled its plans for ESET Campus – a 55,000 sqm innovation and technology hub in its home city of Bratislava.
Building D of the Quorum complex has been topped off. It will include a total of 16,000 sqm of class A office space.
Retail has been making a steady recovery from all the lockdowns, but everyone has still been left wondering about the future shape the sector is going to take. Is are turn to the days of plenty at all possible for shopping centres? Or maybe e-commerce will help to consolidate further the progress that has been recently been made? How have the relationships between tenants and landlords, as well as between developers and investors, been transformed?
2020 had a seismic effect across many real estate sectors, but 2021 has been marked by a drive to make up for these losses. However, there’s nothing to suggest that the warehouse sector, which has both solid foundations and prospects, even has any losses to make up. So let’s hear what the major players are currently talking about.
As both employees and employers have recently discovered, remote working can actually be quite effective. However, even companies in the IT sector are slowly coming to the conclusion that it is impossible to work remotely with 100 pct efficiency. Which mode of work is eventually going top revail and when will this happen? And what does this mean in practice for the owners of office buildings and the entire army of companies operating in the office sector?
The world is faced with an unprecedented challenge – reducing CO2 emissions. The real estate sector has also been introducing a range of measures aimed at achieving this goal. Which is why we have invited the most eminent experts in this field to the ‘Hot topic: ESG – a noble idea or just marketing?’ discussion, which will be held during Eurobuild’s 27th Annual Property Market Convention in Poland.
A new tax regime comes into force in January! What does this mean for the real estate sector? To help you to be fully prepared for this, with the help of tax specialists Alto a presentation on this subject is to be given as one of the highlights of the 27th Annual Property Market Convention in Poland, which takes place in a few days.
As the year draws to a close, the time comes for summaries, analysis and drawing conclusions. And for precisely this purpose, Eurobuild CEE will be holding (for the 27th time) its Annual Property Market Convention in Poland. During the event, each Individual real estate sector – including PRS – will be analysed by the market experts.
Eurobuild’s 27th Annual Property Market Convention in Poland is now almost upon us. As usual, you will be provided with a summary the past year in the commercial real estate sector. Our panels of experts will examine the state of the key market segments – office, retail, PRS, warehousing and investment. We will also discuss how ESG is changing the face of the entire sector.
Experts on environmental issues are increasingly keen to emphasise how important it is to adopt a practical approach aimed at effectively protecting the climate and the environment. The time for talking about this issue is over and we now have to put our words into practice. The clock is ticking and so we cannot remain indifferent in the face of the climate crisis.
The impressive growth rate and astronomical profits generated by the warehouse and logistics sector are attracting more and more new players to the industry, who are entering the game completely without any inhibitions. The only question is, are there any New Worlds left to be discovered in the warehouse market?
The warehouse sector has emerged unscathed from the pandemic, and in Poland the volume of investment and the number of investors continues to grow – and thus the number of jobs generated by the sector is also increasing. Employees have nothing to complain about in terms of the stability of their contracts and salary levels, but what does all this look like from the employers’ point of view? Find out at Eurobuild’s 17th Warehouse and Logistics Conference!
Elektrownia Powiśle in Warsaw has been voted the world’s best mixed-use development at the MIPIM Awards, which have just been held in Cannes.
Soon we will all be able to meet again at the most important real estate event of the year – the Eurobuild Awards Gala! We will be waiting for you on Thursday, September 30th, at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Warsaw’s Wawer district. Once again, we will be honouring the most outstanding people, projects and companies on the property market!
The atmosphere at Eurobuild’s 17th Central and Eastern Warehouse and Logistics Conference will certainly be unusual – the sector is booming despite (or even because of) the pandemic, but as the situation improves we can now hold the meeting in a hybrid format. And so, it is our pleasure to invite you to attend the event, either at the Westin Hotel in Warsaw or via your screens, on October 21st!
Last Friday, the Kinga Dębska film ‘Zupa Nic’ [‘Nothing Soup’] – a prequel to her 2015 hit film entitled ‘Moje Córki Krowy’ – opened in Polish cinemas. Industrial leasing agency Axi Immo has once again acted the co-producer of a film by this director.
Our hopes for a rain-free day were fulfilled beyond all our expectations. The fifth ‘Suits on Bikes’ cycle ride and forum was held on a day blessed with sunshine and at temperatures that reached 30⁰C. This made it the hottest bike ride and party yet – and the symbolic work suits traditionally worn at each previous event were certainly not the order of the day. Only a few people decided to take part in their formal clothes, opting instead for sports shirts and shorts.
Portico Project Management is another of Eurobuild’s partners who are keen to encourage their employees to cycle to work and thus promote the ideal of sustainable transport. And the company’s president himself sets the perfect example.
Eurobuild’s 12th Office Market Conference for Poland – Trends and Outlook took place in a time that will be remembered as filled with events that took place exclusively online. This event was no exception and therefore we are very grateful to the guests who accepted our invitation to take part in this virtual meeting, that they found time for us, and were willing to share their expert knowledge.
However much we might want to focus exclusively on real estate issues, since Euro 2020 started football is never too far from our thoughts – so we’ll try to keep references to the tournament to the minimum in this latest announcement for one of the discussions that will take place during Eurobuild’s 12th ’Polish office market. Trends and Outlook’ conference.
As you may have noticed, the 2020 European Football Championships are now finally underway, after being postponed for a year due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. In the meantime, Eurobuild has been regularly organising online events featuring experts in particular real estate sectors. On June 17th, our latest conference, dedicated to the office sector, will also take place: The 12th Office Market Conference. Trends and Outlook.
Eurobuild’s 12th Office Conference ‘Trends and Forecasts. The Polish Office Market’ is fast approaching! This Thursday at 9:30 am, it will open with a panel devoted to the office development market and the revolution triggered by the pandemic.
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