Almost 800,000 sq m of office space is currently under construction in Warsaw of which approx. 55% will be delivered in 2020, according to the latest Savills research. Capital city of Poland continues to be a big construction site, mostly due to very strong demand for the office space with its record-high levels recorded in 2019.
The Landlord Representation team of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield will continue the commercialization of Lipiński Passage and Zebra Tower in Warsaw. The owner of both office buildings is Union Investment.
About 30 construction sites, more than 8.2 million working hours and the accident rate decreased – Echo Investment sums up another year of cooperation with construction sites related to bringing in EHS standards.
As in the previous year, the investment land market in 2019 was primarily focused on the residential construction sector, which accounted for over 70% of all transactions. The number of commercial and residential land transactions is continuing on an upward trend, though at a slower pace and investment processes are noticeably prolonged. Despite this, the value of transactions in 2019 are estimated at a record PLN 5.5 billion.
More and more office space design plans have been including efficiency, mobility and visual value with additional criteria: physical and mental well-being of the staff. Employee satisfaction with functional, ergonomic and aesthetic features of office spaces have never been measured as often as now. How to understand your business needs and include them in an office fit-out? Here is some advice from Mikomax Smart Office, a manufacturer of office furniture.