Being in the centre of Poland where the country’s main communication arteries meet, Łódź is betting on its location as the country’s major crossroad. This has tempted manufacturers, IT and R&D firms as well as logistics operators, who are right now experiencing a golden age. The local authorities support the preservation and continuation of the city’s architecture, which does not mean that there is a ban on constructing new tall buildings in the city. In the third ‘Around the World in 8 Questions’ interview, we met with Hanna Zdanowska, the mayor of Łódź, “We can see a lot of demand for apartments in central Łódź and we’re going to meet it,” she declares.
The Tristar project, a joint venture between Tristan EPISO 4 and White Star Real Estate, adds value to the individual locations in its portfolio. It’s possible thanks to modernizing its properties and implementing a well-thought-out new lease strategy aided by the considerable excess of demand over supply on Poland’s key industrial and logistics markets and the long-term leases concluded that continue to be the priority for those in charge of managing individual properties.
Explosion of teleworking, advent of flex-office, new organization of spaces: the place of the office in the post-Covid-19 economy is clearly being called into question. The hypothesis of an outright abandonment of its use by companies obviously does not make sense. The dynamics of teamwork, as well as the need for social ties and the identification of employees with their company will continue to justify the existence of a workplace outside the home. However, everything else will change under the impetus of start-ups who no longer accept the rules of the game imposed until now in terms of offices.
Varso Tower officially became the tallest building in Poland when the roof height topped out at 230m. However, with the addition of its 80m, 73 tonne spire, its new architectural height means it now holds a new record. The new Warsaw landmark now reigns as European Union’s tallest building, surpassing even the skyscrapers of Frankfurt, Milan and Paris.
MVGM, one of the leading players on the commercial real estate market in Europe, wins a tender for the management of eight prestigious office buildings in Warsaw and Wrocław. PATRIZIA, a leading partner in global real estate assets, has chosen MVGM as the manager of its facilities with a total area of approx. 65,000 sq m. They include such recognized addresses on the capital's office map as Royal Trakt Offices.
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