Poland's real estate market continues to expand, Cushman & Wakefield said in a recent report. In 2012, the commercial investment market saw transactions worth a total of €2.8 billion, the best result since 2007. Transaction volume rose by 180 percent in annual terms.
In the office segment, there was a record lease volume and supply rose more than twice, reaching 509,000 square meters at the end of 2012. Supply in the warehousing segment grew by 25 percent in 2012 and most of the space was leased before it was completed.
The retail segment also grew but this growth was slower than in previous years. Cushman & Wakefield sees the retail market in Poland as almost saturated.
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