RSM Poland


Poland – the leading commercial real estate market in the CEE region

Poland has been holding the dominant position on the commercial real estate market in the CEE region for many years. In terms of the value of completed transactions, we have maintained ca. 40% of the market share. Taking the present size and potential into account, our country is starting to be compared with those of Western Europe more and more. The Polish market is large, stable and at the time still offers higher return rates than the countries of Western Europe. For this reason, large global players are observing it with growing attention.

This is confirmed by the recent purchase of the Solaris shopping center in Opole, with 18,000 m2 of commercial space, by the Rockcastle Global Real Estate Fund. The Fund, registered in Mauritius and managing assets of a total value of USD 1.9 billion located all over the world, is announcing investments in the amount of EUR 750 million in Polish commercial real estate as well as developer projects.

Apart from the commercial and office real estate that are boasting unweakened interest, the Polish industrial (warehouse) real estate market deserves special attention. Three times as many modern warehouse spaces were delivered for use in 2014, as compared to the previous year. Despite the relatively large demand for new facilities, the index of vacant buildings clearly decreased. The warehouse space market should be assessed as very developmental, which on the one hand will have an impact on the demand for new facilities, and will increase the need submitted by tenants on the other.

“Interest in the Polish real estate market generated by foreign as well as domestic investors is, therefore, fully understood. They appreciate the size of the market, its stability as well as development perspectives,” summarized Bartosz Miłaszewski, Manging Partner at RSM Poland.


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